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Sure, this is certainly doable, and Turkey actually utilizes a rather modern system called the Central Civil Registration System (MERNIS). But, you'll have to do this pursuant to Turkish law, so here is how that works. The simplest approach would be to submit an electronic inquiry:
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I am an american citizen now, do I have to do it from Turkey or I can go to court here and correct it
Ok then when i get a paper from Turkey and my paper shows my age changed, is it hard to change my age here in united stetes, what is the steps, or i just need to send to Social security ofiice to change it directly
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