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How long does it take to get a birth certificate mailed from California?


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2011-09-13 00:40:57
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how long does it take to get a birth certificate from California

how long does it take to get a birth certificate from California


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OBVIOUSLY it depends where you are in the world. Tell me the location, and then I'll be able to solve that question for you.

In Hawaii, a Certificate of Live Birth is a long form birth certificate. The Certification of Live Birth is the short form birth certificate. The long form contains more information than the short form. The Certification is computer generated utilizing the information from the long form birth certificate. It shows the date the long form was filed. If a Certificate of Live Birth (long form) does not exist, the state of Hawaii will issue a No Record Certification. A short form birth certificate from Hawaii is acceptable proof of birth and citizenship when applying for a US passport, but a short form birth certificate from California or Texas is not.

You should receive a 'certificate of live birth' from the hospital where the baby was born. At this time the forms should have been supplied to record the birth and supply a birth certificate with the State of California sometimes a fee is taken-and register the baby with a Social Security ID. This takes upto 90 days in some case-but usually 2-6 weeks. You can find out if the birth was registered properly with the State via your local government. As long as you have the 'certificate of live birth' you should have no problems.

Not all states have long/short forms, but you do need a passport and to get that you have to have a birth certificate. As long as it is from the state where you were born it doesn't matter the length of the form.

As long as you can prove who you are , you should be able to travel using your birth certificate. However it is advisable to apply for passport ASAP.

I mailed a letter from Pasadena, CA to Henderson, NV and it took two days. Mailed: 12/26 Arrived: 12/28.

Yes, as long as you travel by land.

You should be fine as long as you have your birth certificate and the rest of the requirements

The answer can be found under the same question " Is Obama's Purported Long Form Birth Certificate a Fraud?" with capitals except in the word "a".

The "long certificate" proves that Barack Obama was born in the US.

First Class Mail is delivered in three to five days.

A long-form birth certificate usually contains more information than a standard birth certificate. A standard birth certificate is sometimes only an abstract of the information contained in the original filing. The long form may be a photocopy of the original filing on special paper. The long form may contain such additional details such as the name of the doctor that delivered you, the exact time of birth, the address(es) and occupations of the parents, whether this is the mother's first child, where the parents were born, the name and location of the hospital where the child was born.

See the related link for a copy of it. It looks like a typical birth certificate from the state of Hawaii. The official long form version of his birth certificate can be viewed at the link to the website, Fight the Smears, below.

Yes, as long it have your correct information on it.

As regards what? It's not required to be responsible.

you can, just go to the municipality of the town where you were born they should have it, or if they don't have you may list all the important information needed, and wait for your birth certificate, it may took long days for you to get it.

First Class Mail is delivered in three to five days.

First Class Mail is delivered in three to five days.

First Class Mail is delivered in three to five days.

First Class Mail is delivered in three to five days.

In Person: Certificate will issued on the same dayBy Mail: 4-6 weeks

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