Obtaining a fully certified copy of your Replacement Birth Certificate London and Greater London area has never been easier, faster or stress-free.
When you obtain a birth certificate copy from UK Birth Certificates, your document is suitable for legal and also family use. It is fully certified as a legitimate copy of your London birth certificate, and you can use it for all legal purposes.
Here at UK Birth Certificates, we understand when you apply for a Replacement birth certificate you require it for an important reason. For this reason, we focus on the customer, and we have made the whole process simple from start to finish. With many agencies, one tiny mistake can cause delays or even the cancellation of your order. We pride ourself on taking that extra step to get your certified birth certificate out to you as quickly as possible. Additionally, we cover going the extra mile in our fees.
We have access to multiple databases; this means should there be any little issues we can generally resolve them in-house and without delays. If there is an issue, we shall contact you as soon as we become aware of it.
We use Royal Mail to handle all our certificates, and you will receive the document within the timescales quoted for each service level. Where we can despatch an order ahead of the quoted timetable, we will always do so to ensure you receive your document ahead of schedule. For priority orders, we use Royal Mail special delivery signed for service. So if you are in a rush and need your Replacement Birth Certificate fast we make sure it happens.
As can be seen below, when we say we have made the process streamlined and simple, we meant it. All we require as a minimum to locate an entry is:
A long (complete) birth certificate contains your full name, sex, date and place of birth as well as mothers current details and maiden name. It also includes your father’s full name if the information was available at the time of registration.
A short birth certificate contains only the full name, sex, date and place of birth (London). It does not provide the name or details of the mother or father.