Andhra Pradesh Birth Certificate

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Andhra Pradesh Birth Certificate

A birth certificate is a document of identity issued by a state government that records the birth details of a person. The document registers the name, gender, date and place of birth, parent’s name and residential address of a person. All citizens born in Andhra Pradesh are eligible to apply for an Andhra Pradesh birth certificate. Once obtained, the certificate is valid for a lifetime. In this article, we look at the procedure for obtaining Andhra Pradesh birth certificate in detail.

Purpose of Birth Certificate

A birth certificate is used as evidence to state a person’s birth in a particular place. The certificate serves as a proof of a person’s age for various purposes like school admission, obtaining a driver’s license, applying for a passport, marriage license, to determine family history, retirement benefits, etc. This certificate also helps to apply for various schemes that are offered by the Government.

Birth Registrations

According to the Registration of Birth Act, 1969, every birth has to be registered within 21 days of its occurrence. The Local Body Municipalities in the urban areas and the Mandal Revenue Officer in the rural areas are birth registration centres in Andhra Pradesh.

Documents Required

The following are the required documents to apply for an Andhra Pradesh birth certificate:

  • The register record, if the birth takes place at a dispensary or in a hospital.
  • Form 2, if the birth has occurred in a house.

Online Procedure

To register a birth online, the following procedures have to be followed:

Step 1: Log on to the website

The applicant has to log on to the official website.


Step 2: Enter the Details

The applicant has to enter all the required details.

Step 3: Submit the form

The applicant has to submit the form after entering all the details in the application form.

Offline Procedure

To apply for a birth certificate in Andhra Pradesh, follow the steps given below:

Step 1: Registering Birth

The applicant has to register the birth within 21 days from the date of birth.

Step 2: Enter the details 

The applicant has to enter all the details in the prescribed form issued by the Registrar.

Step 3: Approach the Authority

The birth details registered in the dispensaries or the hospitals will be sent to the local bodies. When the details are sent to the Municipality or the MRO, the applicant has to approach the authority and apply for the same.

Step 4: Certificate Issue

The revenue authorities will issue the income certificate after verification.

Delivery of the Certificate

A fee of Rs. 15 is applicable if the birth has been registered in a MeeSeva. If the certiAndhra Pradesh Birth Certificateficate has to be delivered within the GHMC limits, a fee of Rs. 25 is applicable. If the certificate has to be delivered within the state and outside GHMC, a fee of Rs. 40 is applicable. If the certificate has to be delivered within India, a fee of Rs. 60 is applicable.

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