Requirements and procedures for ordering a birth certificate in Vermont may vary depending on the birth year and the method of ordering. Here are some general guidelines:
Only the person named on the certificate, immediate family members, legal guardians or representatives, and authorized government officials can order a birth certificate.
Vermont offers online, mail, and in-person options for ordering a birth certificate.
You will need to provide the full name on the birth certificate, date and place of birth, parents' full names, and your relationship to the person named on the certificate.
You will need to provide a valid government-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license, state-issued ID card, or passport, when ordering a birth certificate.
The fee for a certified copy of a birth certificate in Vermont is $10. Additional fees may apply for rush processing or expedited shipping.
To order a birth certificate by mail, download and complete the Birth Certificate Application form from the Vermont Department of Health website. Mail the completed form, along with a copy of your photo ID and payment to:
Vermont Department of Health
Vital Records Section
P.O. Box 70
Burlington, VT 05402-0070
To order a birth certificate online, visit the VitalChek website and follow the instructions to complete your order. You will be asked to provide the same information as for a mail-in request, as well as your payment information.
To order a birth certificate in person, visit the Vermont Department of Health Vital Records Office at 108 Cherry Street in Burlington. You will need to provide your photo ID and payment, and complete an application form.
|Address||P.O. Box 70, 108 Cherry Street, Burlington, VT 05402-0070|
|Phone number||(802) 863-7275 / (802) 828-3286|