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Although the Certificate of Birth Resulting in Stillbirth may be ordered in person, due to the extra time involved, the Certificate will still need to be mailed to the requesting parent. The Certificate will be mailed within one to five business days from the date the order is placed. In Person Ordering in person is the fastest way to obtain a certificate. Please allow for at least fifteen minutes, even though most requests are completed much quicker.

By Mail Ordering by mail is the slowest method to obtain a certificate. Total time consists of processing time and transit time.

Processing time is the time it takes our office to enter your order into our computer system, make and mail the certificate to you. Transit time is the time it takes the Post Office to deliver the mail. Processing time is usually about five business days, but can change depending upon staffing and order volume.

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Transit time can vary greatly. If mail within the State of West Virginia, the mail usually takes one to two days to arrive. We suggest that you allow the Post Office five to seven days for delivery.

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Total time is the time it takes from when you mail the request until you receive the certificate. Total time can be as short as five business days, to 19 business days or longer.

Recent Births Please note that it can take the hospital up to a month to get the birth certificate to us, and about a week for us to do all the steps that need to take place to place the certificate on file. Death Certificate Requested by the Funeral Home It is our goal to file death certificates and send out the certified copies of the death certificates the same day we receive them.

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Recent Marriages New or Recent Marriages are first registered in the county clerk's office in the county where the license was issued. The county clerk is required to send all completed marriage applications to the Vital Registration Office by the 10th day of the month after the month in which the license was returned to them after the marriage. This process means that a delay of two months or more from the time the marriage occurs until the Vital Registration Office can issue a certified copy is not unusual.

Identification You must provide a valid, government-issued photo identification to prove you are entitled to make the request. Acceptable documents include: driver's license, passport, military identification, certificate of naturalization, or alien registration card.

If you do not have government-issued photo identification, you may submit two other documents that have your name and current address utility bill, bank statement, car registration, copy of income tax return. Do not send cash. Identification readable copy of identification as described for in person applications is required and will not be returned to you. If you submit an application or request without identification, it will not be processed and it will be returned to you. Adult Adoptees Parents. Vital Records, Center for. We can help you.

Obtaining a Birth Certificate Copy

Apply for a marriage license Get a copy of a birth, death, or marriage record Change a birth, death, or marriage record Obtain an Apostille. Copies of Birth, Death, or Marriage Record Birth, death, and marriage records are vital records, and vital records are confidential. Copies of your records can only be made for: You; Your mother, father, sibling, guardian, or authorized agent; Attorneys-at-law, title examiners, or members of legally incorporated genealogical societies conducting official duties; A person who needs information to determine or protect personal or property rights; A person with a court order instructing the registrar to provide the document.