Alaska Statutes.
Title 25. Marital and Domestic Relations
Chapter 23. Adoption
Section 175. Findings Concerning Persons Born Outside the United States.
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AS 25.23.175. Findings Concerning Persons Born Outside the United States.

In the case of the adoption of a person born outside the United States, if requested by the adoptive parents, the court shall make findings, based on evidence from the petitioner and other reliable state or federal sources, on the date and place of birth and parentage of the adopted person. The findings shall be certified by the court and included with the report of adoption filed with the state registrar of vital statistics under AS 18.50.210 .

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