Oregon Birth Certificates From Oregon Vital Records
Oregon Birth Certificate Types
- Long-Form 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. Long-form birth certificates are to be used outside the United States, particularly for citizenship-purposes. Long-form birth certificates are available for all births since 1903.
- Short-Form Birth Certificate – This copy can be used for most legal purposes. These certificates are issued from a computer database for Oregon births that occurred since January 1920.
Long-Form Birth Certificate
Short-Form Birth Certificate
Who Can Receive A Copy?
Oregon is a closed record state, meaning birth certificates are not part of public records for births that occurred in the past 100 years. This means only the following individuals may secure a certified copy of a birth certificate after filling out the forms, paying the appropriate fees, and providing the necessary legal documents and identification:
Oregon Vital Records Agency Information
Oregon Vital Records
The Oregon Vital Records keeps records and issues certificates of vital events, such as birth, death, stillbirth, marriage, and divorce. Birth records are available for births that occurred starting 1903.
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Oregon Birth Certificates
Oregon 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 Oregon Vital Records’ official page for more information.