Want to find a birth certificate for a family member to obtain their date of birth?
If they are living, you cannot, they have to apply for it. If they are deceased, contact the county that the relative was born in. They will be able to provide the appropriate form to allow you to get the a birth certificate, more and more are posting the forms online. Note that the death certificate should include the birth date, though it is not always correct.
20 people found this useful
Contact the Department of Vital Statistics in the state in which you were born.. I was born in the Philippines
Answer . You can get a certified copy of your birth certificate from the county where you were born. Most counties have it available to order on line now. Try searching… for county, state on yahoo or google or any search engine. You can also try the state you were born like this: state.gov
You'll get it at the (civil) registry office. In most towns part of the municipal administration.
In Mexico, Birth, Marriage, Adoption and Deceased records are kept at the Civil Registry office. Every Mexican state has a main central office, and subsequent small branch off…ices at their correspondent counties and towns. To obtain a copy of a birth certificate, you will need to visit "ideally" the Civil Registry branch in the town or city were the person was actually registered. If this is not possible or you don't know the exact office where the person was registered, then you may visit the main office at the state's capital city. The time it will take the Civil Registry office to find your document will depend on what information you provide to them, for example. If you already have a certificate number and it is correct, the record may be found right away, if you only have a name and date of birth, it may take a few days for the Civil Registry office to conduct a search statewide. When requesting a copy of the document you will need the following. - Certificate number, ( if available ) - The person's full name, ( first, middle and both parents' last names, including maiden names ) - Date of birth - The person's parents full names, ( if available, to facilitate search ) - City / State where the person was registered - The approximate year the person was registered NOTE: Most offices require that a request for a copy of a birth certificate be in person, however some offices will allow you to submit your request by phone, ( in Spanish ). If you are outside of Mexico, the alternative option is to use a private investigations company to file the search at the appropriate Civil Registry office and obtain a copy of the document for you.
Answer . You need to get in touch with your states Vital Statistics office. They will help you out.. Answer . Get in touch with your states vital statistics department.… They will help you.
How do you find the address of a dead family member I have the full name birth and death dates and the ssn?
The Social Security Death Index (SSDI) usually lists the last state and county of residence of the deceased. You can find the SSDI through a genealogy website or you can proba…bly use Google to find it.
You can contact the embassy in the US to get it done for you.
If you were born in the United States, contact the state vitalrecords department to obtain a copy. If you were born elsewhere,contact the similar government agency in that pla…ce.
Contact city records office.
The State Department of Health and Senior Services can replace your birth certificate. Replacement birth certificates in Missouri are not public record and can only be obtaine…d by the individual, guardian or other legal party. You can obtain a copy of your birth certificate in person and online.
You can contact your state's Bureau of Vital Statistics for a records search or a verified copy of your birth certificate. In order for you to obtain a replacement birth cer…tificate , you will be asked to submit: 1. Your Complete Birth Name. 2. Your Date of Birth. 3. Place You Were Born 4. Your Parent's First and Last Names. (usually including your Mother's maiden name.) 5. You will need to state that the replacement record is for you as you cannot request a replacement of someone else's records. The only individuals that can legally acquire your birth certificate are: -Your Spouse. -Your Parents. -Your Grandparents. -Your Brothers or Sisters. -Your Legal Guardian.
A parent is the only one who can obtain a birth certificate. Your husband will have to do this.
You can order a copy of your birth certificate from the vital records agency in the state or county of where the birth took place. It is usually the Department of Health, alth…ough the agency varies from state to state. Each state has its own rules for ordering birth certificates and who may obtain them, such as the person named on the record, their parents, legal guardian, or heirs if the person is deceased. You can often order these online, as well in person, by mail, or phone.
Connecticut birth records less than 100 years old can only be obtained by the registrant, spouse, parent, guardian, grandparent, child, grandchild, or legal representative. Bi…rth records more than 100 years old are available to anyone over 18. Birth records can be obtained from the town where the birth took place or from the Connecticut Department of Public Health State Office of Vital Records. You must provide verification of the relationship and valid government ID.
In Person Application made in person by the owner or by his/her representatives will be received at different Census Serbilis Centers. Documents applied at the East Avenue …Census Serbilis Outlet will be released on the same outlet on the date specified in the receipt. By Postal Service System Please address all communications to: The Civil Registrar General National Statistics Office P.O. Box 779, Manila Philippines .
The question is too poorly defined to answer. It also depends on the jurisdiction; in some states, there's something called presumptive paternity which means that a child born… to a married woman is legally the child of her husband even if it can be proven beyond any doubt that biologically it is not his child. There are legitimate (no pun intended) arguments to be made for such laws, even though they're not really "fair".
You can get this from the Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Records in the city, state or country where you were born.