Birth certificates, attestation of certificates in Dubai

A birth certificate attested is a vital document certifying the birth of a child. The term may refer either to the original record documenting the circumstances of the birth or to a certified copy of the following registration of that birth. In some jurisdictions, this kind of certificate has to contain verification of the event performed by a midwife or a doctor.

It is considered a legal record and is accepted as a reliable form of identification in order to obtain a social security card, a driver license, or a passport. A birth certificate is considered an official record when it contains the following information:

  • The baby’s full name.
  • The baby’s place of birth, including city, county, and state.
  • The baby’s date of birth, which may sometimes include the time of birth.
  • The baby’s sex.
  • Details about whether the birth was a single birth, twins, triplets, etc.
  • The father’s full name.
  • The father’s birth place.
  • The father’s birth date.
  • The mother’s full name, together with her maiden name.
  • The mother’s birth place.
  • The mother’s birth date.
  • The parents’ city, county, and state of residence.
  • The official seal of the issuing city, county, or state.

Depending on each state’s requirements, birth certificates might not always contain all of the above-mentioned details, but they have to contain at least the following pieces of information:

  • The baby’s full name.
  • The baby’s date of birth.
  • The baby’s sex.
  • The baby’s place of birth.
  • The parents’ full names.
  • The official seal of the issuing city, county, or state.

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