DD Form 2929

The DD 2929 form is an application to request a Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA) issuance. It may be used to establish entitlement to citizenship by birth if certain statutory requirements are met. DD Form 2929 is an application used by military personnel involved in an incident or event that requires official documentation and investigation. It includes important information about the incident and details about what happened, including any witnesses or other individuals involved. It also lists any documents or evidence that can be submitted to support the report.

The Defendant must provide his or her full name and date of birth on the form. If the defendant’s name is different from the one shown on his or her birth certificate, an affidavit must be presented to explain the difference. A copy of the summons must be served on the defendant by personal delivery or conspicuous place delivery. Affidavits of service must be filed along with the Summons and Complaint. The afidavit of service must be signed by the person who serves the summons. A copy of the summons must be served on an Officer or Managing Agent if the Defendant is a corporation.

Defendant’s Signature

The signature of the defendant is usually printed on a document in bold type. It is important to remember that signatures on documents are legally binding unless the court states otherwise in its rules of procedure. It is also important to keep in mind that local rules and statutes may have additional requirements for signatures.

Every pleading, written motion, and other paper must be signed by the attorney of record or by a party personally if unrepresented. The signature must be in the person’s name and state his or her address, e-mail address, and telephone number. A denial of a factual contention is presumed to be warranted on the evidence or, if based on information and belief, reasonably based thereon.

If the authenticity of a signature is put in issue by specific denial, the burden of establishing its validity rests on the party claiming it. Unless the defendant introduces evidence that a signature is forged or unauthorized, the plaintiff must show that the signature is valid by a preponderance of the total evidence.

Defendant's Date of Birth

Defendant’s Date of Birth

The Defendant’s date of birth is required on all civil arrest warrants. This date of birth must be verified and recorded on the warrant by a notary public or someone authorized to administer an oath. The affidavit must be signed, witnessed, and notarized. Some U.S. embassies and consulates provide notarial services.

Mother/Father/Parent’s Name: Enter the full name of the mother/father/parent as it appears on a government-issued document of identification. If the name is different from the one on the local birth certificate, a notarized affidavit of the parent(s) explaining why must be presented.

Date of Birth: Write the month before the day and year. If the exact date of birth is not available, an approximate date may be entered.

Defendant’s Address

If you are a military member involved in an accident or incident requiring official documentation, filling out this form is a must. The information you provide will be used by military investigators and authorities responsible for documenting, investigating, and determining responsibility or liability in the event of an incident. Online editors allow you to easily fill out and sign dd 2929 or any other form from the comfort of your home or office. Type text, complete fields, insert images, highlight or blackout data for discretion, add comments, upload your signature image or capture it using a camera, and more.