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Hello, The Philippine Embassy will require the notarized copies and will hear nothing about reasons. When I had my daughter’s birth certificate notarized, The office did check our passports. The US embassy don’t need notarization but they will require evidence that you are really the father of the baby which is tricky if you are not married. And also, they will require documents that proves you stay in USa for a number of years.