How do I replace my NSW birth certificate?
You are able to apply for a ‘change of name’ in person at a Service NSW Centre or by post to the NSW Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages. The fee for updating your name, including a certificate, is $195, though a partial fee waiver may be available with a letter of support from the Inner City Legal Centre.
How do I download documents from Centrelink?
Sign in to myGov and select Centrelink. Select MENU from your homepage. Select Documents and appointments, followed by Documents, and Request a document.
How do I get a replacement birth certificate in NSW?
Birth, Marriage or Change of Name certificates that have been destroyed due to a natural disaster can be reissued at no charge at your nearest Service NSW Centre or call 13 77 88 launch for more information. Service NSW can also help you to replace certificates registered in other Australian states and territories or in New Zealand.
How to find birth records in NSW in languages other than English?
Ask for NSW Registry of Births Deaths & Marriages on 13 77 88 Languages other than English For access to information in a language other than English use the Translating and Interpreter Service. Call 131 450 and ask the interpreter to connect you to NSW Births Deaths & Marriages on 13 77 88.
Where can I find the birth and Death Registry of Sydney?
Births, Deaths & Marriages, NSW Registry of (Sydney) Website: https://www.nsw.gov.au/bdm. Email: [email protected] Street Address: 35 Regent Street. CHIPPENDALE NSW 2008.
Can I get a birth certificate from a service centre?
You cannot get a certificate from a service centre. This application can only be used if the birth occurred in NSW. If you’re the person to be named on the certificate, or a parent of the person to be named on the certificate, the birth certificate can be issued to you. You must provide: 3 copies of your own identification.