A document issued by the Registrar of Births Deaths and Marriages which is a legal record of the details of a person's birth (eg: date, place, parents).â€¢ Paternityâ€¢ Separation
In Victoria, the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages records all births that occur within the state. A birth certificate is an official certified copy of the information registered when someone is born, including who the parents are, and the date and place of birth. Birth certificates are commonly used as a way of proving an individual's identity. You must apply directly to the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages to obtain a birth certificate.
A certified document (in PA this must be obtained through the Department of Vital Records in New Castle) which indicates the birth information of a person including mother's and father's name and the name given to the child at the time of birth.
is a document consisting of an official record of a persons date of birth and place of birth and parentage.
a new birth certificate prepared by the Department of Public Health for an adopted person born in Connecticut. CONN. GEN. STATS. §7-53.
a copy of the official document giving details of a person's birth
a basic and important document for every child to have
a document completed by a county official or a person delivering a baby, and then filed with the county shortly after a baby is born
a document of title to a straw man (trade name)
a "foundation identity document" that
a legal document--as such, it can only be altered in a court of law
an official document which includes a person's legal name, date of birth and place of birth, and is issued by the province in which the person was born
an original legal document recording a birth, and is issued as soon as possible after the birth
a record document only, and paternity cannot be legally established simply by the signatures thereon
official document that shows the time and place of birth and parent's names Certified Mail - mail sent and you receive a proof of mailing; often combined with return receipt
Certificate issued by the Department of Home Affairs when a new-born baby is entered into the population register.
The record maintained by a governmental entity such as a state, county, parish, city, or borough which documents your birth. For additional information on obtaining a birth certificate.
(amended) legal document after the adoption is finalized, replacing the original birth certificate, as indicated by the court in the adoption decree, with the adoptive parents' names replacing the birth parents' names.
(original) legal document issued at time of birth with the child's biological history including the identity of one or both biological parents.