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Chine : information sur l'enregistrement de la naissance des enfants nés hors mariage; information indiquant si le nom du père figure sur le certificat de naissance lorsque l'enfant est né hors mariage; information sur les renseignements qui peuvent figurer sur le certificat de naissance lorsque le père est inconnu; information indiquant si le nom du père peut être ajouté sur le certificat de naissance de l'enfant en se reportant à la carte d'identité de résident du père, notamment pour ce qui est des certificats de naissance dans la province du Henan (2010-juin 2016)

29 June 2016 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

China: Information on birth registration for children born out of wedlock; whether the name of the father appears on the birth certificate if the child is born out of wedlock; what information may appear on the birth certificate if the father is unknown; whether the father's name may be added to the child's birth certificate by referring to the father's Resident Identity Card, particularly relating to Henan Province birth certificates (2010-June 2016)

29 June 2016 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

China: Information contained in birth and notarial certificates; reasons why a person would obtain a notarial certificate rather than a notarized copy of the original birth record

8 July 2010 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

China: I would like to get up-to-date information on the application of family planning regulations in Shandong province, firstly in relation to the impact on parents who have breached the family planning regulations and secondly in relation to the impact on the children. For example, in relation to the parents: 1. What are the penalties imposed on parents for having out-of-plan children? 2. Are these penalties imposed in practice? 3. Is there any procedure for having them waived / reduced? 4. Would the fact that the children have been born outside of China make any difference to action taken against the parents? (NB. These parents did not come to Australia as students). In relation to the child: 5. Could she get registration? 6. If so, would she suffer any penalty for having been born out-of-plan? 7. If she was considered a "black child", what would be the impact of being unregistered on her access to education, health care and so forth? 8. Any other information of relevance would be appreciated

7 September 2005 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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