How do I change an incorrect birth date on my driver's license, social security card and other personal history?
I just recently found out that my birthday is not my birthday. My driver's license, social security number, and personal history does not match my birth certificate. My original birthday is in December and all my documentation has a birthdate of March, 4 months after my birth. How do I go about correcting this and are there any legal issues that I will need to address? I have an expired passport with the correct birthdate that was issued prior to my knowledge of the wrong date. (I thought is was just an error and I only needed to use it once but now I know it was correct).
What you have written is a situation where there seems to be more than a mere typographical error in your birth certificate where your actual birth month is December and not March resulting in errors on other documentation.
To rectify the problem you will need to file a petition in the county and state where you were born seeking to change the information in your birth certificate via a court order. I suggest that you consult with a family law lawyer to assist you. Assuming you get the request you desire approved, you then seek to get chances to the other documentation you need via a certified copy of your birth certificate with the correct date on it post the court hearing where the court presumably granted your request.