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Birth Certificate Registration

Reduce the amount of paperwork you need to complete at the hospital by filling out an online birth certificate registration form at home before your visit. You can complete this form before you’ve finalized the baby’s name.

En español: HOJA DE INFORMACIÓN DE LOS PADRES PARA EL ACTA DE NACIMIENTO LEGAL DEL NIÑO

How Do I Get My Baby’s Birth Certificate?

The BirthPlace at Alamance Regional will file an application for your baby’s birth certificate with North Carolina Vital Records. You’ll receive a copy of the information you provide to us. Approximately 10 days after your baby is born, you can get a certified copy of the birth certificate from the Alamance County Register of Deeds.

Register for a Birth Certificate

The following information is required by North Carolina Vital Records. Please provide complete, accurate responses to all questions:

* Denotes required fields

Contact Information

Child's Information

* Have You Determined Baby's Legal Name?
* Do you want a Social Security number issued for your baby?

Parent 1: Birth Mother's Information

* Is your mailing address the same as your residence address?
* Highest level of schooling completed at time of delivery
* Is your household / residence inside the incorporated limits of your city or town?
* Are you Spanish / Hispanic / Latina?
* Race
Did you receive WIC benefits during pregnancy?
Did you smoke cigarettes before and/or during this pregnancy?

Preregister for Birth Care

Reduce the amount of paperwork you need to complete at the hospital by preregistering online before you go into labor. Preregister for birth care at: