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Alaska Birth Records: Discover Your Loved One's True Identity

Birth records are considered part of a state and local government's vital records database, stored for the public to freely examine and use for their own research and information. These records often include copies of official birth certificates, which will provide you with the following information:

  • Date and place of birth
  • Full birth name
  • Full names of parents and their personal identifying information

Search Alaska Birth Records at SearchBirthRecord.com

Alaska did not start its statewide registration of vital events, such as birth and deaths, until the year 1890. Furthermore, a widespread collection of church records have been performed by the Bureau of Vital Statistics to help people who still didn't have birth certificates so that they may acquire delayed birth certificates. While you may contact the concerned county clerk in question for births before 1890, you may communicate with the Bureau of Vital Statistics of the Department of Health and Social Service for births that have occurred within Alaska after 1890 up to the present.

 

You may personally visit their office and avail of their same-day service, which is the fastest way of obtaining certified copies of birth certificates. However, only the registrants and parents named on the record may avail of this walk-in service. Moreover, you must bring a valid government-issued picture ID along with the completed application form with your signature and the required fee of $20, which you may pay via money order or personal check made payable to the Bureau of Vital Statistics. Also, you may avail of their mailing service, which takes about 4 weeks of processing, while you may also opt to use their fax or online service, which only takes approximately 5 business days of processing. In addition to all of these services offered by the Bureau of Vital Statistics, you may also request for an Heirloom Birth Certificate for $45.

Get Certified Copies of Alaska Birth Certificates by Mail

Event: Birth or death

Cost of copy: $20.00

Address:
Department of Health and Social Services
Bureau of Vital Statistics
5441 Commercial Boulevard
Juneau, AK 99801

Remarks: State office has records since 1890's; however, many events before 1930 were never registered with the Bureau. Personal check or money order should be made payable to Bureau of Vital Statistics. To verify current fees, the telephone number is (907) 465-3391. This will be a recorded message. Information on how to obtain certified copies is also available via the Alaska Bureau of Vital Statistics website.

 

Event: Heirloom Birth Certificate

Cost of copy: $45.00

Address:
Department of Health and Social Services
Bureau of Vital Statistics
5441 Commercial Boulevard
Juneau, AK 99801

Remarks: Two different certificates by Alaskan artists are available. Friends and relatives may order gift certificates for persons entitled to order the record. The heirloom certificates as well as instructions and order forms may be viewed via the Alaska Bureau of Vital Statistics website.

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