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How do you prove your age?
The following types of evidence, established or recorded before your fifth birthday, are acceptable in proving your age:
A public record of your birth; or
A religious record of your age that shows your date of birth.
If such a document is unavailable, you must submit another document or documents that may serve as the basis for a determination of your date of birth. The evidence must be confirmed by other evidence or by information contained in our records.
Last Revised: Jul. 1, 2004
- Other Evidence of Date of Birth
- Evidence of Ceremonial Marriage
- What factors do we consider when we evaluate evidence you submit?
- Evidence of Death
- What other evidence proves paternity?
- How do you prove a legal adoption?
- Type of Evidence to be Submitted - General
- Evidence of Wages
- How Natural Parent-Child Relationship is Proved
- Personal Records of Worker
- What constitutes evidence of support?
- Union Records
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