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How to request access to documents held by Department of Justice and Regulation business units. Prints the next business day, plus courier delivery time from Victoria to you. The parental information certificate contains the individual's name, date of birth, place of birth, sex and parent s name and birthplace.
The certificate is Many applications, such as Passport, require this birth certificate for children up to the age of sixteen. The individual information certificate contains child's name, date of birth, place of birth and sex. Older birth certificates are still valid and accepted for most applications. However, in some cases where identity security is of the utmost importance, agencies may ask you to provide the more secure, polymer birth certificate.
You cannot bring in your older certificate and get a new one free of charge because the fees for the certificate cover the costs of producing and issuing the new document.
On January 2, , the Vital Statistics Agency moved from paper certificates to more durable polymer certificates. Here are some of the features that make B. Birth certificates are not for day-to-day identification, so store them in a safe place when they are not in use. A British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal in decided that birth registrations must recognize the rights of both same-sex and opposite-sex parents.
Your birth certificate is a foundation identity document, so take care of it. The following three things can help you protect yourself from identity fraud:. This free service authorizes the cancellation of the birth certificate under Section The Vital Statistics Agency cannot stop dishonest individuals from using a lost or stolen certificate, but we can make it harder for them.
Vital Statistics notifies agencies that electronically verify birth certificate information, such as ICBC, when you report a birth certificate lost or stolen. Contact the local police to report your lost or stolen birth certificate. Parents can choose from forty-two different styles that range from whimsical to stylized and scenic. To complete transactions in person, find a Service BC location near you. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation Skip to side navigation Accessibility Statement.
Change of Gender Designation on Birth Certificates. Who can Apply for a Birth Certificate? Under the Vital Statistics Act , any of the following people can order a birth certificate: How to Order a Birth Certificate If it is your birth certificate or if you are a parent ordering the certificate for your child who is 18 years old or younger, you can order the certificate in any of the following four ways. Online Use the Vital Statistics Agency's secure online ordering service..