Where can I get a certified copy of my birth certificate?
- You can obtain a certified copy of your birth certificate by contacting the village court where you were born. In many states, the village court is located in the municipal building. They will have a copy of your birth certificate on file. There will be a fee to obtain a certified copy of your birth certificate.
How do you get a certified copy of a birth certificate in Illinois?
Mail your request to:
- a completed Birth Certificate Request Form (be sure to include your phone number)
- a photocopy of your photo identification (click here for acceptable forms of ID)
- a check or money order payable to “Cook County Clerk” for $15 (additional copies of the same record cost $4 each)
How much is a birth certificate in Illinois?
For $15 for the first copy of a birth certificate and $2 for each additional copy of the same certificate requested at the same time, you will obtain a birth certificate with information collected at the time of your birth (information has varied throughout the years).
How do I replace my birth certificate in Illinois?
If it is your record, or the record of your child or spouse, you can contact the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) to correct the error. Fill out the Affidavit and Certificate of Correction Request. Follow the instructions on the first page of the form. You must sign the form in front of a notary.
Where do I get a birth certificate in Springfield IL?
For more information, please call (217) 753-6700 or come to Room 101 of the Sangamon County Complex, 200 S. Ninth Street, Springfield, IL 62701 or e-mail by clicking here.
How do you find what time you were born?
Request a birth certificate with birth time from the government. If you don’t have a copy of your birth certificate, you can usually request a copy from the health department or vital records office associated with the county, province, or state where you were born.
Are birth records public in Illinois?
Birth records are not public records in Illinois and very few people are entitled to receive copies of them. Illinois is a closed state regarding adoptions.
Where do I get a copy of my birth certificate in Kane County Illinois?
Fees for Birth Certificates are $16 for the first copy and $6 for each additional copy of the same record. A total of 3 copies of the same record may be ordered at one time. If additional copies are needed, please contact the County Clerk’s Office at 630-232-5950.
How do you correct a spelling mistake on a birth certificate?
The further procedure for the birth certificate name change is as follows: Affidavit: One needs to get an affidavit prepared from the local notary in which the reason for the change or the spelling mistake in birth certificate is specified. Once made, this document has to be submitted to the district court.
How do you remove the father’s name from a birth certificate in Illinois?
To change a birth record in Illinois, you must contact the Illinois Department of Public Health and complete an Affidavit and Certificate of Correction Request. The Denial of Parentage form will also need to be provided, as well a court order of paternity if the actual biological father has been named.
How do you add a father’s name to a birth certificate in Illinois?
Regardless of whether the mother objects, once the father has obtained a Court Order of Paternity establishing that he is the biological father, he can submit a certified copy of the order along with an an Affidavit and Certificate of Correction Request form to the Illinois Department of Public Health.
How do I contact IDPH?
- AIDS/HIV/STD. 800-243-2437.
- Help Me Grow. 800-323-4769.
- Hearing Impaired (TTY) 800-547-0466.
- Illinois Adoption Registry. 877-323-5299.
- Illinois Poison Control. 800-222-1222.
- Central Complaint Registry. 800-252-4343.
- Women’s Health Helpline. 888-522-1282.
- Tobacco Quitline, Illinois. 866-784-8937.