Where To Obtain A Certified Copy

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malana3 | 11:02 Fri 11th Aug 2017 | Business & Finance
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Advice please as to where I can get a 'Certified Copy' of my Birth Certificate. The Post Office will do this for every document except Birth,Marriage & Death Certificates. Advice as to from whom else I can request this service would be appreciated.


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the registry where you were born
if you are in the UK, try the local Registry Office
(am sure that's where I went to get mine a few years back)
Yes as murrymints says, the registry office where you were born supplies them
thanks for the links, they're handy to me.
I've lost my copy.

Just to throw a spanner in the works (sorry) but someone at the DWP told me that your local Registry Office will provide you a copy.
I did obtain my last copy from the area I was born in, but what if you happen to be a few hundred miles away?
Use MM's link.
if you still live in the area of birth go directly to registry if not use the Govt site
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Thank you all for your responses. What I thought was going to be a simple process has become a bit complicated. I require my certified copy urgently and all my enquires lead me to going back to my area of birth. As this was Malaya (my father was a serviceman)I will have to deal with London. Many thanks anyway.
They can be purchased online:

By the way it is a Register Office, not a Registry Office.

Hope this helps

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