How do I petition the court for a change of sex?

If the petitioner was born in Virginia, the request will be made to the State Registrar. If the birth certificate is from another state, you will need to petition in the jurisdiction where you or your child resides. A petition and order will need to be filed, along with the filing fee. See VA Code §32.1-261, §32.1-269 .


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