Utah Admin. Code R436-4-3 - Who May Request the Registration of and Sign a Delayed Birth Certificate

Current through Bulletin No. 2021-18, September 15, 2021

(1) If the birth of any person born in this state is not recorded in this state, the registrant (if 18 or older), the registrant's parent(s) or guardian, next of kin, or person older than the registrant having personal knowledge of the facts of birth, may request the registration of a delayed birth certificate subject to these rules and instructions issued by the State Registrar.
(2) Each delayed birth certificate shall be signed and sworn to before an official authorized to administer oaths by the person whose birth is to be registered. The registrant must be 18 years of age or over and competent to swear to the accuracy of the facts stated therein. If not, the certificate shall be signed and sworn to by one of the following in the indicated order of priority:
(a) One of the parents of the registrant;
(b) The guardian of the registrant;
(c) A relative who is older than the registrant;
(d) Any person older than the registrant having personal knowledge of the facts of birth.
(3) A delayed birth certificate shall not be filed for deceased individuals when application is made more than seven years after the birth is alleged to have occurred.

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Utah Admin. Code R436-4-3

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