You should be able to get the AOP form at the hospital at the time of birth. You can also call the Bureau of Vital Statistics at (512) 4587393 or the Office of Attorney General Paternity Opportunity Program at (512) 4606317 to obtain a form. In addition, you can get an AOP at a local child support office or the local birth registrar.
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