So the missus goes to the bank to retrieve her birth certificate so she can apply for a passport, and, somewhere between the safe deposit box booth and the post office she winds up missing the birth certificate. :rolleyes: She does this a lot, unfortunately. She generally finds what ever she has “lost forever” after a short period of angst, but she’s pretty sure this one is gone. She’s retracing her steps now.
I can see that replacing it is a fairly simple matter, but the question is: How dangerous is this situation. There is no social security number or local address attached to it. Just the name of a baby born in Cleveland in 1949 who does not have the same name anymore. I suppose someone could try to establish an identity with it, but that surely wouldn’t be connected to us in any way - or could it.
So what is the drill here, exactly?
And, as always. Thanks in advance. You guys are the best.