How to get a utah birth certificate
Birth and Death Certificates can be requested by visiting our offices
151 S. University Ave, Suite 1100, Provo
8am-4:30pm -- Monday-Friday (except holidays)
599 S0uth 500 East #2, American Fork, Utah 84003
8am to 4:30pm -- Monday-Friday (except holidays)
You can order certificates online, via phone or by fax through VitalChek for an additional charge. Please see disclaimer below for details.
- To order by phone. simply call 1-888-774-4463 After hours questions can also be address by calling 1-888-774-4463 To Fax a request, print the appropriate form from below, sign and fax to 1-888-985-6478.
- To order online. click here.
Birth Certificates, copies. Records for the State of Utah for the years 1951 to present can be requested here in our office. Prior to 1951, we have Utah County records only. Birth records for other Utah counties prior to 1951 can be obtained at our office for an additional fee.
Death Certificates, copies: Certified copies of existing records for the State of Utah from August 2006 to the present can be requested here in our office. Prior to August 2006, we have Utah County records only. Death records for other Utah counties prior to August 2006 can be obtained at our office for an additional fee.
Identification is now required for the purchase of a Utah Birth Certificate. Mailed requests must include an enlarged and easily identifiable photocopy of the back and front of your identification.
If no proofs are enclosed, your application will be returned.
Filing a Death Certificate: Utah law allows families to care for their dead without the services of a licensed funeral director. Families that do not retain a funeral director must file a death certificate and comply with state laws and rules regarding the disposition of human remains.
To begin the death certificate, contact the Local Health Department in the county that the death occurred to assist you, or contact the State Office of Vital Records and Statistics for information on filing a death certificate. You may seehttp://health.utah.gov/vitalrecords/fileadeath/Dispostioner2015Download.pdf for more information on how to file a death certificate. If you need to contact the UCHD Office of Vital Records in this regard, please call 801-851-7526.
Voluntary Declaration of Paternity (VDP) allows unmarried parents to legally declare the paternity (fatherhood) of their child without obtaining a court order. For VDP information, please click here.
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** Disclaimer: The Utah County Health Department does not accept online orders; however, for your convenience, you can process online requests through an independent company that we have partnered with to provide you this service; VitalChek Network, Inc. VitalChek can be reached through its website, www.vitalchek.com, An additional fee is charged by VitalChek for using this service, and all major credit cards are accepted, including American ExpressВ®, DiscoverВ®, MasterCardВ® or VisaВ®.Source: www.utahcounty.gov