- [Woman] I need to replace my birth certificate,
so what documents do I need to have?
- [Man] Here, we help you understand the differences
between states and provide a checklist of requirements
to meet when trying to obtain a certified copy
of your birth certificate.
The usual requirements and documents
for obtaining your birth certificate include one,
proof of identity,
two, parental information,
three, the reason for a replacement,
four, a physical address,
five, a check or money order
for the amount of your state fees.
Also, be aware that your state may require you
to notarize your application.
- [Woman] Can I apply for my child or relative?
- [Man] For security purposes,
most people can only obtain birth certificate copies
for themselves or their close relatives,
usually spouse, parent, or child.
On your application, be sure to indicate your relationship
to that person and confirm the restrictions in your state.
- [Woman] How do I submit my application and documents?
- [Man] Preparing your documents
is the most crucial step in the process.
You'll want to confirm all your forms
and documents are correct
and carefully organized into your package
with a check or money order made out
to the health department.
When you're ready,
you can physically send your package through the mail.
- [Woman] Can I apply online?
- [Man] Yes, this is where using a reliable online service,
like vitalrecordsonline.com, can provide convenience
while saving you time,
ensuring your application and fees are handled for you
by our experts and premium service.
Finally, when you place your order online,
be sure the shipping
and credit card billing addresses match the name
and information of the person
or legal representative submitting the application.
To find detailed information for your state's requirements,
and submit your birth certificate application online
from the comfort of your home.