New Hampshire Birth Certificates From New Hampshire Division of Vital Records
New Hampshire Birth Certificate Types
- Certified Birth Certificate – Certified copies of birth certificates that may be used for practically all legal purposes, including proof of citizenship, school enrollment, personal identification, passports, social security, and employment. Birth certified certificates are available for births as early as 1883.
- Heirloom Birth Certificate – Heirloom birth certificates are non-certified copies, 11×14 inches in size – perfect for framing. These types of birth certificates are available for births that occurred starting 1948. Processing times may be extended by up to 3 weeks.
Certified Birth Certificate
Heirloom Birth Certificate
Who Can Receive A Copy?
Under New Hampshire law, birth certificates of births less than 100 years old are considered “closed records.” Only individuals showing a legitimate and tangible interest may be issued certified copies of birth certificates upon paying the appropriate fees, providing proof of identification, and filling out the application form:
New Hampshire Vital Statistics Agency Information
New Hampshire Division of Vital Records
The New Hampshire Division of Vital Records keeps records and issues certificates of vital events, including birth, death, marriage, and divorce, that occurred in the state of New Hampshire from 1883 to the present.
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New Hampshire Birth Certificates
New Hampshire Division of Vital Records issues certified copies of birth certificates, typically acceptable for most legal purposes, including proof of citizenship, school enrollment, personal identification, passports, social security, and employment.
Visit the New Hampshire Division of Vital Records’ official page for more information.