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Applying for a birth certificate
It is illegal to inspect or disclose information contained in vital records, to copy, or issue a copy of all or part of any vital record except as authorized above. Vital Chek is a company that issues certified copies of records for births, deaths, or marriages that happened in Rhode Island.
Vital Chek is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and can be reached at Proof of Identification: Vital Chek will ask certain questions to verify a requestor's identity. If there is a question of identity, follow-up information will be required to be submitted. Check with the city or town clerk's office to ask what payments they accept. Time to process: It will take one to two weeks to process your request and mail your certified copy to you.
Rush requests will be processed within five business days after receipt of request.
Identification You must provide a valid, government-issued photo identification to prove you are entitled to make the request. Acceptable documents include: driver's license, passport, military identification, certificate of naturalization, or alien registration card. If you do not have government-issued photo identification, you may submit two other documents that have your name and current address utility bill, bank statement, car registration, copy of income tax return.
Do not send cash. In certain cases, it can cost more. One of these is if you are a United States citizen who was born abroad. Call or write to the municipal clerk of the city or town where your parents lived when you were born. Inquire about the charge for having a certified certificate of birth to be made.
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The price varies between states. You can also visit the CDC's website for your state's specific requirements around acquiring a copy of a birth certificate. Go online and visit the vital statistics office of the state where you or your child were born to find the up-to-date fee to have the certificate made for you.
Email or check for a way to inquire about having the certificate replaced. Phone or write to the Records' Office at the county seat where you were born.
Copies of Birth, Death, or Marriage Record
Inquire if the office has birth records on file and what the fee is to have a certified copy made. You can take your information to the office or mail it in a stamped, self-addressed, business-size envelope with a check or money order for payment of the fee. You can also order a certified copy of your birth certificate online.