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birth certificate

n.
An official record of the date and place of a person's birth, usually including the names of the parents.

birth certificate

n
an official form giving details of the time and place of a person's birth, and his or her name, sex, mother's name and (usually) father's name

birth′ certif`icate


n.
an official form recording the birth of a baby and containing pertinent data, as name, sex, date, place, and parents.
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Noun1.birth certificate - a copy of the official document giving details of a person's birthbirth certificate - a copy of the official document giving details of a person's birth
certificate, credential, credentials, certification - a document attesting to the truth of certain stated facts
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I've been getting advice from relatives and friends to not disclose my child on the immigration forms, because the date of marriage on my child's birth certificate will mess up my case.
Hospitals in Bahrain report births and issue personal numbers so that guardians can complete the birth certificate and identity card issuance process electronically through the national portal bahrain.bh.
Children without birth certificates may receive them with no penalty payment by the end of the year, said representative of Labor Ministry Bakyt Todogeldiyev on live of Birinchi radio.
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia -- Africa on Saturday marks the second Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Day under the themeBirth Certificate for All: Fundamental for Protecting Human Rights and Promoting Inclusion,based on the recognition that the right to birth registration, especially to a birth certificate is a fundamental means of safeguarding a person's rights for the entirety of their life.
Which is why it is saddening that many offices still require a newly issued birth certificate, which is a burden to an applicant,' he said.
"While SECPA over the years has changed in appearance to keep the proliferation of fraudulent birth certificates and identities at bay, the PSA has been emphatic in its assurance that such does not remove the validity of the birth certificate," Recto said in the bill's explanatory note.
He went on: "We have now received 5,000 copies of birth certificates from the applications that were made in March last year.
When guardians, not biological parents, are with the child, they should show death certificates of the deceased parents and the child's birth certificate as well as evidence from the kgosi or commissioner of oaths.
on Tuesday signed Department Order 03-2019 on the documentary requirements for the renewal of regular passports, days after protesting the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) rule that burdened migrant workers with having to present their birth certificates anew.
This boy, 2, has no birth certificate, illegally staying in UAE, unable to fly home
'There are those that involved birth certificates, there are those that involved applications for citizenship and identity cards, but most of it involves birth certificates and citizenship applications,' he said.
They fraudulently obtained the forged birth certificate at a hospital, the court heard.- Alamy Image