How do you request a birth certificate in Georgia?
- If you were born in Georgia, you can obtain a copy of your birth certificate in person, through the mail or online. You also can order a copy of a Georgia birth certificate if you are the parent, grandparent, adult child, adult sibling, spouse or legal guardian of the person whose name is on the birth certificate.
How do I obtain a copy of my birth certificate from Georgia?
You may request a certified copy of a birth certificate from your local county office or the State Office of Vital Records. This request can be made in person or by mail. You can also request certified copies online using one of our approved third-party vendors (GO Certificates, ROVER, and Vital Chek).
How much is a birth certificate in Georgia?
The fee for an authorized copy of your birth certificate in Georgia is $25. If you need to obtain multiple certified copies of a GA birth certificate, you may do so by paying per additional copy you require.
Can I get a copy of my birth certificate online?
You can get a certified copy of your birth certificate online or by visiting the birth certificate office where the person on record was born. Ordering your birth certificate online is the easiest way to order birth records.
How do I get my original birth certificate?
Contact the vital records office in the state or territory where you were born to get a copy of your birth certificate. Follow the instructions for requesting copies and paying fees. If you need a copy fast, ask about expedited service or shipping when you place your order.
Can I get a Georgia birth certificate online?
The Georgia Technology Authority and Georgia Department of Public Health have created a new online service that lets you order Georgia birth and death certificates online. Request Official Vital Events Records(ROVER) offers a certified copy of a birth or death certificate for a $25 search fee plus an $8 processing fee.
What do I need to get a birth certificate for my child?
While filling out the paperwork for your child’s birth certificate, both parents will have to provide information such as Social Security numbers, full name, maiden name, and supply proof of identification — as well as include a mailing address (so bring your driver’s license or passport to the hospital with you!).