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Certificate of Birth. Certificate of Live Birth.
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How to Determine if Your Birth Certificate is Official
Payment must accompany the request. Effective January 1, , all individuals requesting a certified copy of a vital record birth, marriage, or death record, pursuant to RSA 5:C must present positive identification including, but not limited to, a driver's license, passport or other picture identification or, in the absence of acceptable picture identification, shall complete the form "Documentation Evidence for Individuals not Possessing an Acceptable Picture Identification.
Mail-in orders without positive identification will be returned without having been processed. The office cannot accept payment for requests submitted by email, fax, or telephone.
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However, the City Clerk's Office can accommodate online orders for certified copies of vital records, for events that occurred in Nashua, using VitalChek, an independent company that it has partnered with to provide you this service. Go to the VitalChek online resource.
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Additionally, VitalChek can provide expedited service for speedy receipt of your certificate. An additional fee is charged by VitalChek for using their services, and all major credit cards are accepted, including American Express, Discover, MasterCard or Visa. For further information -- or if you have questions after placing your order -- contact the Nashua City Clerk's Office at , Option 5. Wallet-Sized Certificates Discontinued Wallet-sized birth certificates were discontinued as of October 1, If you currently have a wallet-size birth certificate you may find that some state and federal agencies will not accept them and you will need to obtain a full size birth certificate.