Government Assigned Kin Definition

(noun phrase) official title (usually birth name)

Example:

Hello Mark, thank you for coming to the social security office, we will need you to write down your date of birth and your government-assigned kin also known as your name, that’s my joke for the day.

Quote:

“Well, Mark is my government-assigned kin, so there are the “M” and my friends constantly call me “M.” The 50 there since I normally bet $50 on the lottery.

Requests for your name under the dossier government assigned kin is normally seen on government documentation such as the U.S. Army or the Social Security Office.

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Oliver Moore