PERSONS ELIGIBLE TO OBTAIN CERTIFIED COPIES OF BIRTH RECORDS
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Person named on the record (over 18)
Parent (must be parent listed on birth certificate)
Grandparents (with proof of relationship)
Child (over 18) of person named on record (with proof of relationship)
Spouse (with proof of relationship)
Sibling (over 18, with proof and written release)
Court appointed legal guardian (must provide guardianship paper with seal)
Attorney representing person named on record (must have ID for self and ID/written release from person named on record)
Caseworker from Division of Family & Children with court appointed guardianship papers and ID)

Law enforcement personnel with ID and court order
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A birth certificate may be released to other individuals when provided a written authorization, containing signature, birth information and ID of person named on the record, as well as the individual's name the record is to be released to. The person the record is being issued to must also have ID.
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ACCEPTABLE REQUIRED FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION TO OBTAIN A BIRTH CERTIFICATE
PRIMARY ACCEPTABLE IDENTIFICATION: ALL DOCUMENTS MUST BE CURRENT AND VALID
Valid Driver's License
Military ID
State ID Card
Valid Passport
Department of Correction ID, issued within past six months
School ID, with signature or photo
Court Order (must order local health dept. to release record to person named on record)
SECONDARY DOCUMENTATION: TWO OR MORE REQUIRED FROM BELOW LIST ( MUST CONTAIN SIGNATURE)
Police report (for reported stolen ID)
Fire report (for reported ID destroyed by fire)
Employment ID with signature, photo, date of employment or employer address
Copies of signed employment application
Bankcard with signature (not credit cards) or personal check with current information
Voter Registration Card with signature
Vehicle Registration with signature
Previous year's tax return with signature and social security number Welfare, Food Stamp or WIC ID cards
Probation documents or statement from Probation Officer on letterhead, including person's name and date of birth
Letter from BMV or Social Security Administration that shows individuals name and date of birth
Certified copy of marriage license application showing individuals name, date of birth, parents and signature
Signed leases or loan agreements
Expired driver's license
Club membership card with signature or photo
Gun permit with signature
Social Security Card