My mother chose not to list my biological father's name on my birth certificate when I was born in 1968 (in New York State). Then, in 1970, she met another man whom she married. Though technically my step-father, he and my mother convinced the city clerk's office that he was in fact my biological father, and thus a revised birth certificate was issued 2 years after I was born. When I was a teenager, I learned I had a biological father who was not the man who had been raising me. While I continued to love and respect my step-father, I also developed a relationship with my biological father. Now, at the age of 42, I would like to have my birth records corrected. A couple of things further complicate the matter. First, my biological father no longer lives in the United States (nor is he a U.S. citizen). Second, earlier this year I had my name legally changed to the Spanish version of my original name (i.e. Michael to Miguel), and added my mother's maiden name by hyphenating it with my step-father's surname. My biological father has agreed to go through a DNA paternity test to legally prove he is my father. How and where do I start? I just want the legal records to be accurate.