date of birth


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date of birth

(DOB) (dāt bĭrth)
The day of birth of a patient or the insured party; often essential in determining eligibility, especially during coordination of benefits.

date of birth

(DOB) (dāt bĭrth)
The day of birth of a patient or the insured party; often essential in determining eligibility.
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An individual can either quote the verified date of birth and submit supporting proof or provide declared date of birth without any supporting documents.
He used that date of birth when he was appointed director of Rangers last February and also provided the correct details to head up at least 19 other firms from 1989.
The Defence ministry on Friday welcomed the Supreme Court order upholding its decision on Army Chief General V K Singh's date of birth, saying the matter has been finally put to rest.
Request forward acknowledgement and confirm acceptance of date of birth as given in Jan 21 letter.
DON'T post key details such as your date of birth and home address.
It was suggested that I must have made an error, but I said that as far I was aware my date of birth had been the same as long as I could remember.
Information that is to be verified must, at a minimum, include the applicant's name, Social Security number or driver's license number and date of birth.
Then I went for an interview and my date of birth was highlighted in fluorescent marker.
1 Marwan Al-Shehhi: Date of birth used: May 9, 1978.
Your Social Security number coupled with your date of birth are the crown jewels of credit card fraud.
Within two minutes, the officers received a response on the IBIS handheld unit that indicated a positive hit on the woman's fingerprint along with her correct name and date of birth.
A woman Kausar Parveen claimed that her actual date of birth is 26 June 1991 and she is qualified to FA but NADRA Kohat written wrong Date of Birth and show her illiterate in National ID Card.