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How long does it take to get a certified copy of a birth certificate in Fresno County?

How long does it take to get a certified copy of a birth certificate in Fresno County?

The birth certificate will be mailed to the provided address within two weeks.

How do I get my California birth certificate online?

To request and purchase a birth certificate online, please visit the VitalChek website. *VitalChek is a third party website. If you would like information on how to correct a vital record or amend a birth certificate, please refer to the California Department of Public Health site.

How much does it cost to get a birth certificate in Fresno California?

$29.00
The fee is $29.00 for each copy. You may pay by check or money order payable to Fresno County Recorder, or by credit card for an additional $2.50. We are not currently accepting cash payments.

How much is a replacement birth certificate in California?

$29
Birth Certified Copy – $29. Death Certified Copy – $24. Marriage Certified Copy – $17.

Where can I find birth and Death Records in Fresno County?

The Fresno County Department of Public Health can also provide birth and death certificates for the current and previous year only. California birth, death, fetal death, still birth, marriage, and divorce records are also maintained by California Department of Public Health Vital Records (CDPH).

Where can I find birth and Death Records in California?

The California Department of Public Health – Vital Records (CDPH-VR) maintains birth, death, fetal death/still birth, marriage, and divorce records for California. Services provided by CDPH-VR include issuing certified copies of California vital records and registering and amending vital records as authorized by law.

What are the hours of the Fresno County Office of Public Health?

Office Hours: Monday – Friday (8:00a.m. – 12:00p.m. and 12:30p.m. – 4:30p.m.) The Fresno County Department of Public Health, Vital Statistics Program registers all births and deaths in Fresno County and issues birth and death certificates for the current and previous year only.

Can I obtain a restricted copy of a birth or death certificate?

Anyone may obtain a restricted certified copy of a birth or death record. The record is for informational purposes only and may not be used to establish identity. Restricted copies will have across the face of the document the words: