Jump to subpage Birth Certificate Information To get a certified birth certificate, one of the following A, B or C must apply: Applicant is an immediate family member of the individual on the certificate. Applicant is seeking information for legal determination of personal or property rights. Applicant is authorized agent, attorney or legal representative of the person.
To get a copy of a birth certificate in person: Make sure the requirements listed above are met. In order to obtain a certified copy of a vital record you must present an acceptable form of a picture identification that shows name. Identification is also requested for uncertified copies of a Vital record. Complete the online application for a Guilford County Birth Certificate. Birth certificates for persons born in North Carolina counties other than Guilford are available if the following criteria are met: Birth must have occurred in North Carolina Birth must have occurred forward Child must not have been adopted If these criteria are met the Guilford County Register of Deeds office can issue an out of county birth certificate.
To obtain a certified copy of a vital record in person you may come into our office located at N. When requesting a certified copy of a vital record in office you must complete a request form and present a government issued photo I. Rowan County Register of Deeds can only provide copies of birth certificates via mail for individuals born in Rowan County.
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Union County Organizational Chart. Wait for the copy of the birth certificate. Goldsboro St. The individual named on the certificate if 18 years or older. Home Making. You can now order and pay for Vital Records Online. Visitors to the Union County website can create a free account and access features like favoriting pages.
Show All Answers 1. Can I obtain a copy of a birth certificate from the Register of Deeds office?
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Prepare your documentation. You need to have a completed application form to get a copy of a North Carolina birth certificate. If you are applying for a copy of your own birth certificate, you need to provide a copy of your official photo ID. Birth certificates that show the adoptee's original name and the birth mother's name are sealed and not available. Fill out the application form. In addition to your documentation, you need to submit an application for a birth certificate copy.
Have payment ready. There are fees to get a birth certificate copy or copies in North Carolina If you apply in person, you can pay this by certified or business check, money order, or credit card when you file your application.
File your application at the North Carolina Vital Records. McDowell St. Wait for the copy of the birth certificate. If you opt to have the Vital Records office send your birth certificate by mail after dropping off the application, it can take a few days to a few weeks to get the copy. If you have any questions about the process, you can contact the North Carolina Vital Records office at the phone number listed above. If you paid the standard fee, it includes standard delivery by the U. Postal Service.
Obtain a copy from the Register of Deeds. Method 2. If you have any specific questions on the application, call the Office of NC Vital Records at between am and pm. There are fees to get a birth certificate copy or copies in North Carolina. You can pay this by certified or business check or money order and send it along with your application.
Send your application to the Office of Vital Statistics. It can take a few days to a few weeks to get the copy of the birth certificate for which you applied by mail. If you have any questions about your application, follow up with of the NC Vital Records office at the phone number listed above.