OK, so on an adoption birth certificate they transcribe everything except parents names, and type it in on a fresh piece of paper.
ONE piece of paper, that would have at most TWO kinds of entry, typewritten and handwritten... that would come out FLAT when scanned and emailed.... no pieces and multiple layers.
What do they do for the doctor’s signature and date? Just sign it so it would look like the origi.al?
orig.al should be original.
And the date would be typed in.
New parents names also get typed in and anyplace for them to sign would be handwritten in by them, I suppose.
My birth certificate not only has the parent's names listed, it also has Where they were born, What the father's occupation was and in what industry, and what is the current residence.
Basically anything which is not about me, is completely different from what it was on the original.
What do they do for the doctors signature and date? Just sign it so it would look like the origi.al?
I don't know. I've wondered if they brought him the new document to sign 6 years later, or if they simply copied his signature off of the original. I would guess that in some cases the Dr. might not be available, and they would have no choice but to copy it from the original.