Order your Oklahoma (OK) Birth Certificate online

You can now order your Oklahoma (OK) birth certificate online in just a few minutes. Avoid physically having to go to government offices and get your authorized birth certificate copy at home.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE COVID-19

US Birth Certificates continues to offer its vital records application preparation services during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Many government bureaus are processing online and mail-in applications although they are closed to the general public. Turnaround times in government agencies may be affected during the quarantine.

Applying for a vital records certificate now is advisable since it allows citizens to secure their vital records as soon as possible.

Regardless of whether you need a certified copy of a vital records certificate for a specific need or to keep on file, complete your application today.

Legal Disclaimer: US Birth Certificates is a privately owned website that is not affiliated with, not owned or operated by any government agency. US Birth Certificates is an independent preparer that provides vital records application preparation assistance services. If you are looking for blank forms, you can get them for free at the relevant state office.

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Order your birth certificate by completing the application form in just 5 minutes and avoid long lines and government offices.
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Expert review and quick turnaround
Receive your mistake-free revised application and all the documents to mail your application and get your certificate.
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Get your Birth Certificate
Once you submit your application you will get your birth certificate delivered to your home.

Replace a lost Oklahoma Birth Certificate

A birth certificate is a legal document that allows you to apply for certain benefits and to request a passport, social security card and driver's license. To obtain your Oklahoma (OK) birth certificate you will need to complete our online form and follow the personalized instructions we provide. Your Oklahoma birth records will be issued by the vital records office and delivered to your home.

Replacing an important document can be overwhelming. If you have lost your state Oklahoma birth certificate, or if it was destroyed, you need a replacement copy. Replace your birth certificate by completing our online form of the state where you were born and following the detailed instructions we provide with your application form.

Obtain an Authorized Copy of Your Birth Certificate

A birth certificate is an important document that allows you to prove identity, age and American citizenship, especially when applying for a passport, government benefits, enroll in school, or even join the military. If you need to request an authorized copy, you will need to request it to the state where you were born or directly to the county where you were born.

For a certified copy of your Oklahoma birth certificate, please complete our online form and follow the set of personalized instructions we provide to receive your authorized copy of your birth certificate.

You may only obtain a certified copy of your birth certificate from the state where the event occurred. If you were born in Oklahoma then you may request a birth certificate from this state. You will be able to obtain a birth certificate from the Oklahoma (OK) vital records office or the county recorders such as the ones in: Oklahoma County, Tulsa County, Canadian County, Comanche County, and the cities of Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Broken Arrow.

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Oklahoma Birth Certificate Requirements

To obtain a copy of a birth certificate you will need to complete the application and mail it to your birth state’s vital records office. You will also need to prove your identity.

All those born in Oklahoma that need to request a certified copy of a birth certificate will need to include a clear photocopy, of both sides, of one of the forms of photo ID listed below, along with a completed application form:

  • State of Oklahoma Driver’s License
  • State of Oklahoma ID Card
  • Driver’s license issued by another U.S. State
  • Photo State Identification Card issued by another U.S. State
  • U.S. Passport Book or Card
  • Foreign Issued Passport with Visa (I-94)
  • Government issued Military photo ID
  • Tribal Photo Identification Card containing the bearer’s signature
  • Resident Alien Card (Form I-551)
  • Oklahoma Self-Defense Act (SDA) License or OK Concealed Carry permit
  • Employment Authorization Card (Form I-766)
  • Employment Authorization Card (Form I-688A)
  • Temporary Resident Card (Form I-688)
  • Oklahoma Dept of Corrections Consolidated Record Card (CRC)

If you are requesting a birth certificate on behalf of a stepchild, grandchild, relative, friend, you are also required to submit a statement signed by the person named on record (or a named parent if the subject is under 18 years old) releasing the record to you. If you are the legal guardian or the adoptive parent of the person on record you must also provide proof of relationship (e.g. client agreement, court order, notarized statement from parent, etc.)

Once your application package is completed you will need to mail it to:

Vital Records Service Oklahoma State
Department of Health,
PO Box 53551
Oklahoma City, OK 73152-3551

Who is eligible to apply

Birth records are restricted in Oklahoma. Only the following may apply for a copy of a birth record: if you are applying for yourself or if you are the parent, the child, the spouse, the sibling, the grandparent or grandchild of the person named on record. You may also request if you are the legal guardian, the legal representative or if you have a court order.

Remember that Your Oklahoma birth certificate is an important form of identification used for life events like employment, getting or renewing your passport or driver's license, applying for benefits, and even enrolling in school or youth sports activities.

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Oklahoma Birth Certificate Fees

To request a Oklahoma birth certificate, you are required to pay the state fees. The cost to process a certified copy of a birth certificate in Oklahoma is: $15. If you require an extra copy of your Oklahoma birth certificate, you may request them by paying the fee of $15 for each copy you need.

Oklahoma Birth Processing Times

Thanks to our service, you are able to request your birth certificates with ease, by avoiding long lines and without having to go to government offices. All you have to do is complete our easy-to-fill-out form and send it to the corresponding state vital records office. Once it’s processed, you will receive it in the comfort of your own home by mail. In most cases, birth certificate orders in Oklahoma are filled within 6 weeks. However, some orders may take longer due to peak request periods.

We recommend requesting certified copies of Oklahoma birth certificates early to avoid delays especially if certificates are needed for sports programs, travel documents and passports, school enrollment, planning for retirement and other reasons that may have a deadline.

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Oklahoma Vital Records Offices

There are several government offices that can process your birth certificate request in Oklahoma. Among these, Oklahoma Department of Health Services Vital Records Office branches and local county offices. The latter is often the quickest (even when they’re not the closest) option due to the lower number of requests.

Please find a complete list below:

FAQs about Oklahoma Birth Certificates

  • How to get a birth certificate in Oklahoma?

    The fastest way to obtain a certified copy of a birth certificate in Oklahoma is by completing the form online.

    • Fill out the birth certificate application online (click button to view form). Our experts will review your form to ensure it is mistake-free so that your certificate can be issued directly.
    • Print, sign and pack your revised form with photocopies of a government-issued photo ID (check valid documents listed above)
    • Post your package to the Oklahoma vital records office with the required documents and fees

    The Oklahoma bureau of vital statistics will issue your official birth certificate and send it to your home address.

  • How long does it take to get birth certificate in Oklahoma?

    Processing time for a certified copy of a Oklahoma birth certificate can vary:

    • Mail-in orders take approximately 6 weeks
    • In-person applications usually require waiting in line, check the vital records office addresses listed above and enquire about opening hours

    To ensure quickest turnaround time and avoid your application being refused:

    • Fill out the online birth certificate application (available by clicking button above).
    • Our experts will verify your form to make sure it is error-free so your birth certificate can be issued directly
    • Follow our personalized instructions to receive your official Oklahoma birth certificate at home
  • How much is a birth certificate in Oklahoma?

    Obtaining a certified copy of a birth certificate in Oklahoma carries a state fee of $15. If you require an extra copy of your Oklahoma birth certificate, you may request them by paying the fee of $15 for each copy you need.**

    Birth certificate application fees must be paid when submitting the request.

    It is recommendable to order multiple copies of the same birth certificate at once, to keep on file, or for future use.

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