Where do I find my birth certificate?
- Method 1 of 3: Finding Birth Records in the U.S. Know that access to birth records of living people are typically limited to immediate family members. Discover the person’s year of birth and the local jurisdiction where they were born. Gather additional information as needed. Use an online service to get records for free. More items
Can I get a birth certificate same day?
Getting your birth certificate in person States such as Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, amongst others, offer same-day walk-in birth certificate issuance.
Can you get a birth certificate at the health department?
Order at a Local Health Department To purchase a birth or death certificate in person, please visit the Local Health Department where the birth or death occurred.
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 long does it take to get a birth certificate?
It typically takes 4 to 8 weeks to receive your certified birth certificate copy in the mail. If you need your replacement sooner, premium services such as VitalRecordsOnline.com offer a Rush Package with expedited shipping. Some states may even be able to provide a copy within 2-3 business days.
How can I find out my time of birth?
How to Find Out What Time You Were Born
- Find out the name of the hospital where you were born.
- Contact the local or county town hall in the town where you were born.
- Contact your state’s Bureau of Vital Statistics to acquire a copy of the record of your birth.
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!).