Frequently asked questions: birth, marriage and death certificates
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Passport Canada supports a selection of citizenship or immigration status documents that are accepted for passport applications. Some passport applications may require a long form birth certificate which provides the parental information of the subject an
A civil marriage may be performed by an Ontario judge, justice of the peace or a municipal clerk under the authority of a marriage licence. Each municipality will set its own fees and can even offer civil marriage services. Contact your municipal office f
If you need an emergency or expedited birth, marriage, or death certificate you will be asked to prove the need for urgency. First the birth, death or marriage must be registered and you must provide proof of urgency along with your complete and correct a
Provided that the birth, death or marriage has already been registered, it should take: Online service:15 business days (not including delivery) Premium online service: 5 business days (including delivery) plus $30 surcharge Fax or regular mail: 6 to 8 we
There are no restrictions on the number of death certificates a person may apply for and receive.
A death certificate costs: short form (file-size) - $15.00 certified copy of statement of death (long form - 8.5" x 14") - $22.00 If you are applying for a certificate through the emergency service, where proof of urgency will be required, here
There are no restrictions on who may apply for a short form death certificate (file size). The deceased’s next of kin or their authorized representative may apply for a certified copy of a statement of death. Authorized representatives will be required to
There are no restrictions on who may apply for a file-size death certificate.
You must provide: first and last name of the deceased subject gender date of death city or town of death parental information about the deceased subject if applicable, information about his or her spouse or partner Apply for a death certificate online
The surviving party in a marriage or next of kin including the parents of either party, children of the marriage and siblings of either party can apply for a marriage certificate if one or both people from that marriage are deceased. If all the next of ki