Now that Diamond has yet again shown his true face and broken up with his third baby mama in less that two years, Tanasha needs to step up her game.
Tanasha needs to get her documentation in order.
She need to get her son a Kenyan birth certificate.
According to the Tanzanian High Commission, “Any person born in the United Republic is deemed to be a citizen of the United Republic if at the time of his birth one of his parents is or was a citizen of United Republic of Tanzania.”
Naseeb Junior was born in Tanzania, by virtue of that fact, he is a Tanzanian Citizen.
However, Tanasha can still get Naseeb a Kenyan birth Certificate because she is a Kenyan citizen.
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Here is what she needs.
A birth can be registered only if the following conditions are met:
1. Application for Registration of the Birth outside of Kenya of a child who is a citizen of Kenya can be made by any person having knowledge of the birth.
2. Documentary evidence should be produced in proof of the birth.
3. This form should be signed by the applicant and, where there is a Kenya Mission in the country abroad, countersigned by a member of that mission
The documentary evidence to be produced of the birth may be a certificate of birth issued by the
appropriate authority in the country abroad, with an English translation of the certificate if it is not in English; or, if certificates are not issued in the country abroad, a certificate of the birth given by the Doctor, Midwife or other person who attended the birth.
Where a person is unable to produce satisfactory documentary evidence, the application may still be completed and forwarded to the Registrar, who will advise what alternative evidence may be accepted.
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The advantages and importance of having a birth certificate include…
Establishing date of birth and age:
• School registration
• Obtaining drivers license
• Proving age of majority/minority in court
• Qualifying for pensions, social security or health insurance
• Obtaining work permits
• Entering military service
• Obtaining a social security number
• Playing sports
II. Establishing birthplace to prove citizenship:
• Obtaining a passport
• Entering employment limited to citizens
• Obtaining licenses limited to citizens
III. Establishing family relationships:
• Proving legal dependency
• Obtaining inheritance benefits
• Receiving insurance benefits
• Conducting genealogical research