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Old Jul 26, 15, 10:40 pm
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UNGGOY
 
Join Date: Jul 2015
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Originally Posted by AsiaTraveler View Post
Exemption #1: Buy the child a seat.

Possible Exemption #2: Perhaps there is some other proof of the child's birth that would be acceptable, although I can't for the life of me think of what, aside from my daughter's birth certificate, I would present to attempt to prove her age. I would call and ask.
Buying a seat requires paying money.

You can't think of anything?

How about a US passport, foreign passport, US passport card, national ID, US permanent resident card, foreign permanent resident card, driver's license, school ID, health insurance card, residence registration card, military dependent ID, and so on.

I can think of a seemingly endless list of IDs, with photos, that are much more authoritative than a piece of paper that anyone can fake.

So I still beg the question, why a birth certificate?

I have called and asked....
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