REGISTRATION DOCUMENTS REQUIREMENTS
Little League International recommends the that parents complete the school enrollment form in lieu of uploading the 3 residency documents.
A new form is required every year. If you complete a school enrollment form you do not have to upload other 3 residency documents.
School attendance shall be established and supported by a document indicating enrollment for the current academic year, dated prior to October 1, 20XX , and with the physical location of the school, from ONE of the following categories to determine school attendance by such player:
*A Little League-issued school attendance form completed by the principal, assistant principal, or administrator authorized to sign on behalf of the school.
A school issued report card or performance record is NOT accepted to establish school attendance.
Three documents - One from each Group (1, 2 and 3) below.
NOTE 1: Three documents from the same Group (utility bill, cable bill, and bank statement) constitute only ONE document.
NOTE 2: Certain documents may be used in different Groups, but will count for only one Group per child. Example – If a water/sewer bill is used to satisfy Group II as a municipal record, that same bill CANNOT be used as a utility bill to satisfy Group III.
NOTE 3: Documents must be in full. You may black out information. No pictures of envelopes will be accepted
**If you complete and upload a school enrollment form you DO NOT have to upload these documents**
|Group 1||Group 2||Group 3|
|1. Driver’s License||1. Welfare/child care records||1. Voter Registration|
|2. School records||2. Federal records (Federal Tax, Social Security, etc.)||2. Utility bills (gas, electric, water/sewer, phone, waste disposal)|
|3. Vehicle records (Registration, lease, etc.)||3. State records||3. Financial records (loan, credit, investments, etc.)|
|4. Employment records||4. Local (municipal) records||4. Medical records|
|5. Insurance documents||5. Support payment records||5. Internet, cable, or satellite records|
|6. Homeowner or tenant records|
|7. Military records|
The Player's Birth Certificate is required to confirm their age and if they're being placed in the correct Division. An alternative to a Birth Certificate is shown below.**ALTERNATIVE TO BIRTH CERTIFICATE**
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HOW TO OBTAIN A “STATEMENT IN LIEU OF ACCEPTABLE PROOF OF BIRTH”
When an “Acceptable Proof of Birth” as described previously is not available, then the appropriate number of items in EACH of these FOUR groups are required so that the participant may obtain a “Statement in Lieu of Acceptable Proof of Birth,” which is required for such a participant to be eligible for regular season or tournament play:
Any one (1) of the following, provided the date of birth is listed:
-a naturalization document issued by the United States Department of Justice;
-photocopy of birth certificate;
-original birth certificate or government record of birth if not containing a filing, recording, registration, or issue date within one (1) year of the date of birth;
Any two (2) of the following, provided the date of birth is listed:
-Certificate of Blessing;
-Certificate of Dedication;
-Certificate of Circumcision or any other religious-related certificate;
-School Record (must be dated, and date of issue must be at least two years prior to current season);
-Social Security document;
-Welfare Department document; adoption record.
Any item in this group must be an original document, not a copy;
Any two (2) of the following:
-A written, signed, and notarized statement from
.... the doctor who delivered the child;
.... a hospital administrator where the child was delivered;
.... the principal or headmaster of the school the child attends;
.... a Social Worker with personal knowledge of the child’s date of birth;
.... a Priest, Rabbi, Minister, Mullah, or other titled religious figure with personal knowledge of the child’s date of birth;
.... the child’s pediatrician or family doctor.
NOTE: In each statement in Group 3, the writer must describe his/her responsibilities or his/her relationship to the child, and must attest to his/her personal knowledge that the child was born on the date claimed;
A written, signed, and notarized statement from one or both parents, or the legal guardian (as appointed by a court of jurisdiction), attesting to the date of birth claimed.