Through our Birth Certificate service, we shall compile all the required documents and coordinate with the concerned medical authorities to ensure you receive a valid and authentic birth certificate within the due course of time. An important official document that serves various benefits offered by the Indian government and public policies. The Birth Certificate is also an important government-approved identification document. To avail of the various services and aid offered by the government, it is mandatory to acquire a birth certificate. The certificate serves various other purposes, one of the primary purposes being proof of age for the concerned person. In India, the registration of a birth is governed under the Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1989.
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In a country like India, where per 1000 individuals there are nearly 20 births. It would be futile should the same not be governed and accounted for under the Statute and Law. That is why, under this service, we will carry out all the necessary processes as required to make sure that you obtain a Birth Certificate through a precise application laying the requisite details as required for obtaining a Birth Certificate on your behalf. It is mandatory to register a birth within 21 days of the occurrence of the event. A Birth Certificate is thus an important verification document in India that records the birth, circumstances of the birth of an individual and not only does the Birth Certificate Act as an important proof of identity, it also acts as proof of verification as far as the age of the person is concerned since that may also be used to prove one’s legal age for marriage. The Government of India has also categorically informed that a Birth Certificate is accepted as an important proof of citizenship. The essential components of a Birth Certificate include the name of the parents, the name of the person, date, time, and place of birth of the person. The procedure to register the Birth certificate is provided under the Registration of Birth and Death Act, 1969. The provisions of the Act were drafted to promote uniformity and comparability.
The process we adopt is that after an exclusive verification of the documents that you submit to us, we shall register your application attached with the documents provided by you to the concerned State Government. The birth certificate can be registered on an order given by the Magistrate of the First Class or a Presidency Magistrate after thorough verification of the documents. With the recent emphasis surrounding the Citizenship Act, the Government of India in a press release said that the Birth Certificate will be accepted as proof in relation to the National Register of Citizen (NRC) making the certificate mandatory for availing the entitlement of being a citizen of India. According to the survey report by the Civil Registration System (2015-16), only 62.3% of births have been registered even when the registration of births has been made mandatory by the Government.
The steps differ according to the specifics of a case;
- The registration can be done both online and offline, for rural areas the application is made to the concerned Municipal Corporation/Panchayat with the required documents.
- For a newborn child, the application has to be made within 21days from the occurrence. The application form has to be filled, submitted, and verified after which the certificate is delivered by post service to the provided address after the concerned authority is satisfied.
- We provide an affidavit made by our Advocates by a notary or an authorized officer of the State Government.
- On the application of the birth certificate for a newborn child, the application has to be applied within 21 days of birth failing which it has to be registered under the delayed registration provisions
- A late fee is an additional charge for the delay in accordance with the Act.
The following are the basic documents required;
- Telephone Bill/Electricity Bill/ Gas Bill/Water Bill
- Ration Card
- Aadhaar Card
- Voter ID Card
- Bank Account Statement
- Birth Certificate of parents (Both mother and Father)
- Address Proof
- Proof of birth letter provided by the hospital
What Shall You Obtain?
The process is undertaken by our most trusted professionals and there shall be in the best of your interest. After the birth certificate registration is completed, the customer shall be given a complete copy of the birth certificate along with the certified supporting documents for each activity undertaken.
Duration Until Completion
After the completion of the process in accordance with the Act. You will receive a registered Birth Certificate along with the certified supporting documents. It will take approximately 7-15 days to receive the Birth Certificate from the date of application.*
What is the purpose of applying for a Birth Certificate/what are its uses?
A birth certificate is important for applying for a Voter ID, to receive insurance benefits, to apply for a driving license and to apply for a passport, etc.
Whether a Birth Certificate could be issued in a language other than the language in which entries are made in the Birth Register?
- Extracts from the Birth Register are to be issued only in the language in which entries have been made in the Register.
Whether there is any time limit prescribed for the delayed registration of Birth under the Act?
There is no time bar on the registration of the Birth Certificate under the Act.
Whether the date of Birth can be corrected on the strength of a declaratory decree obtained by another party from a Competent Court?
The application for correction of age has to be made by the person concerned and not by another person.
How can one apply for a Birth Certificate?
The applicant can purchase our services at LSC and register the required documents. We can apply for a Birth Certificate both online and offline in accordance with the procedure
Is it necessary to apply for a Birth Certificate?
Birth Certificate is an important and mandatory document by the Act, which is vital for availing benefits offered by the Government.
Whether the expansion of initial before the name is possible in accordance with the Act?
If the Registrar feels that the earlier writing of short name (initials) was erroneous in form or substance, he may correct the same, in accordance with Section 15 of the Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969.
Can the Birth Certificate be obtained for children born outside India?
Under the provisions of The Citizenship Act, 1955 and Citizens (Registration at Indian Consulate) Rules 1956, are related for children born outside India. The birth of such a child can be registered within 60 days from the date of arrival of the child in India.
How many copies of the Birth Certificate can be obtained?
Under Section 17 of the Act, any number of copies can be obtained by paying the prescribed fee.
What are the defaults, when one does not register a Birth Certificate?
One cannot register for school, or register for marriage or even obtain a driving license without providing a Birth Certificate.
*The timelines mentioned are on an approximate basis and may vary on a real-time basis.
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