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How do you prove that a child is in your care?
You can prove you have a child in your care by providing:
Statements from you;
If you and the child are living apart, a statement from one or both of the following:
The person with whom the child is living; or
An official of the school the child is attending; and
Statements from other people who know the facts.
We furnish you with the forms you need.
Last Revised: March, 2001
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