Frequently asked questions: newborn registration
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To use the 4-in-1 Newborn Bundle, your baby needs to be less than one year of age and you have not registered his or her birth with the province of Ontario.
The 4-in-1 Newborn Bundle includes: Birth Registration Birth Certificate Social Insurance Number Canada Child Benefits, Including the Ontario Child Benefit
If your baby is over one year of age, you need to complete a delayed registration of birth. To begin this process, you must first apply for your baby’s birth certificate. To get this form and more information, contact ServiceOntario at 1-800-461-2156 or i
Birth registration in Ontario is a two-step process. Two forms must be submitted and matched in order for a birth registration to occur. The first form, the Notice of Live Birth form, is completed by qualified medical staff and submitted to ServiceOntario
There is no fee to register your baby’s birth, apply for a Social Insurance Number or to apply for Canada Child Benefits, including the Ontario Child Benefit through the 4-in-1 Newborn Bundle. But, there is a fee to apply for a birth certificate for your
No, because the service guarantee only pertains to events that are already registered, the 4-in-1 Newborn Bundle does not qualify.
It takes 6 to 8 weeks to register the birth of your baby. After the registration, it takes approximately 3 weeks to deliver your baby's birth certificate. If you are moving in the next 2 months, please use your new mailing address. If you move unexpe
It may take up to 6 to 8 weeks to register the birth of your baby using the 4-in-1 Newborn Bundle if the information does not match the information submitted by the qualified medical staff. If you fill in and mail the paper version of the Statement of L
There are different ways to check the status of a birth certificate, Social Insurance Number and Canada Child Benefits, including the Ontario Child Benefit. You can check the status of your child’s birth certificate request online as long as you applied u