Date : 04 Apr, 2019
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Birth certificate is a document of
identity issued by a state government that records the birth
details of a person. The document
registers the name, gender, date and place of birth, parent’s name and
residential address of a person. All citizens born in Andhra Pradesh are eligible to apply for an Andhra Pradesh birth certificate. Once obtained, the certificate is
valid for lifetime.
Birth registration is a permanent and official record of a child’s existence. The child who is not registered at birth is in danger of being denied the right to an official identity, a recognised name and a nationality. With no document to prove how old they are – or even who they are – they are likely to join the millions facing discrimination and lack of access to basic services such as health and education.
The birth certificate can be obtained offline as well as online.
The entire process step by step is:
to apply for a Birth Certificate, you must first register the birth.
-Secondly, the birth has to be registered with the concerned local authorities within 21 days of its occurrence, by filling up the form prescribed by the Registrar.
-Normally the dispensaries or hospitals where the birth takes place maintain a register and the same is sent to the local bodies at regular intervals.
-Once it reaches the Municipality or MRO, the concerned citizen has to approach the authority and apply for the certificate on any working day.
-In case the birth has not been registered within the specified time of its occurrence, the certificate is issued after due police verification ordered by the revenue authorities.
The list of documents Required are:
the birth takes place at a dispensary/hospital, the register record is enough.
-Address proof(Voter ID, Driving License etc.) of parents
-Aadhaar Card of Parents
-If the birth takes place at a house, the citizen has to approach the local body and inform in writing. Then it will be verified & the certificate will be issued.
-Application is to be made
of the Parent
-Date of birth of the child
-Location of residence
-Certificate of Doctor / Hospital discharge certificate
-In case of delayed registration, an affidavit from judicial magistrate / Notary is required indicating the date and place of birth, names of parent and evidence of the event of birth
-In case you have applied after a month but within a year you have to obtain a permission from the Add.Dist.Registrar i.e BDO of concerned Taluka
-In case applied after one year, need to obtain a order from executive magistrate and copy of the said order is required to be attached with the prescribed application form.
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