|(a) To request a certificate of age, an applicant must submit the following: (1) a completed application on a form provided by the Commission; (2) a recent photograph (color or black and white) approximately 1 1/2 inches by 1 1/2 inches, showing a full head shot of the applicant; and (3) proof of age. A copy of one of the following documents is required as proof of age: (A) birth certificate; (B) baptismal certificate showing the date of birth; (C) life insurance policy insuring the life of the child reflecting the date of birth; (D) passport or certificate of arrival in the United States issued not more than one year prior to the date of application for certificate; or (E) the school record or the school-census record of the age of the child, together with the sworn statement of a parent, guardian, or person having
custody of the child as to the age of the child and also a certificate signed by a physician specifying his opinion as to the age of the child, and the height, weight, and other facts relating to development upon which his opinion concerning age is based. (b) Certificates of age are effective from the date of their issuance until the applicant reaches 18 years of age. No renewal is necessary, but lost certificates may be reissued upon new application.