For those born in the United States, begin here and go select your birth state to get the details and order an authorized birth certificate copy directly from the state or territory.
If you are a US citizen born in a foreign country–and one of your parents is a US citizen, we can help you get your certificate copy from a Consulate with a simplified and exacting process.
We’re here to make the process to get a birth certificate birth record easy and we always keep your information confidential. Simply fill out our online form with your name and address information, billing and shipping information, and verification information to order birth certificate online. We guarantee speedy processing of your order and in many cases it will arrive in just a few short days. Click on your state to check out the specific time and fee requirements or give us a quick call.
You can also order a birth record for those born abroad if one of your parents was born in the United States. Click on our Born Overseas link to start the same easy process. We can help a U.S. citizen who was born in another country and needs a certified birth certificate born abroad. That document is called a Record of Birth Abroad.
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By using our service, you get an expert review to avoid application mistakes, rejections or unnecessary delays in your vital record applications, as well as quicker delivery from the state or U.S. Consulate of your birth record.
We can only help you expedite vital records that are already on file with the state or county where your birth took place. We cannot help you create, change or amend birth records.
We go through vigorous testing to help assure your transaction’s protection and reachable by phone for support after the order.
Included in your order is delivery to your doorstep by air service