To request a copy of a birth record online:
- Visit www.vitalchek.com and complete the information in the request form.
- You must complete the online authentication or send in the notarized Certificate of Identity.
How much does it cost to get a copy of your birth certificate in California?
The cost for a certified copy of a birth certificate is $28.00. Payment may be cash, check, or money order payable to County of San Diego Public Health Services. Credit and debit cards are accepted through VitalChek with a $2.50 convenience fee. Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
How do I get my birth certificate for free?
RocketLawyer.com makes is easy to get a copy of a birth certificate. Create a free Birth Certificate Request Letter online, print it, and mail it to your state’s vital records office with the applicable fee.
How can I get a birth certificate from Los Angeles County?
To request a copy of a birth record by mail:
- Complete an application for a Birth Record and Notarized Certificate of Identity (for mail only)
- Send request and fee to: Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk. Birth, Death and Marriage Records Section. PO Box 489. Norwalk, CA 90651-0489.
How can I get my birth certificate fast?
Contact the vital records office in the state 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.
How can I get my birth certificate online?
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- Check the eligibility requirements.
- Select the ‘Apply online’ button.
- Enter the birth registration details.
- Enter your/applicant’s details.
- Verify you’re not a robot with reCAPTCHA.
- Decide on the type/design/number of certificate/s required.
- Confirm your delivery and order details.
What do I need to get my birth certificate?
Typically, you’ll be asked to provide your Social Security Number and date of birth and/or provide a copy of your driver’s license, passport, or other valid photo identification to prove your identity, or a sworn statement proving your relationship to the person whose certificate you’re ordering.
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