Birth certificate

A birth certificate is a vital record that documents the birth of a person. The "birth certificate" can be either the original document certifying the circumstances of the birth or to a certified copy of or representation of the ensuing registration of that birth

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Key consideration for Birth Certificate


case Birth certificate not available

21 days

to be registered from Birth

Issued by Municipal

Body of city of birth

15-30 days

generally time taken

Should not already

have Birth certificate

1 Year

of Gap from Date of Birth & Date of Making

Not required

to visit India

Child Born

abroad can register with indian consulate

Uses of Birth certificate for NRI

Proof of Identity

A birth certificate serves as a primary form of identification, often required for various purposes such as obtaining a driver's license, opening bank accounts, and enrolling in educational institutions in the host country.

Citizenship Proof

It serves as evidence of Indian citizenship, which may be necessary when dealing with Indian government agencies or consulates abroad, especially for matters like renewing an Indian passport or obtaining visas for family members.

Immigration and Visa Applications

When NRIs apply for visas or residency in their host country, they may need to provide proof of their identity and nationality. A birth certificate can be a crucial document during such immigration processes.


When NRIs pursue education abroad, especially at institutions that require proof of identity and nationality, a birth certificate may be requested during the admission process or for student visa applications.


Some employers in foreign countries, especially those with stringent documentation requirements, may ask for a birth certificate as part of the hiring process to verify the candidate's identity and nationality.

Marriage and Family Matters

A birth certificate might be necessary when registering marriages or births of children born abroad, especially if the individual intends to maintain ties with their Indian citizenship or heritage.

Social Services and Benefits

In some countries, NRIs may be eligible for social services or benefits. A birth certificate may be required to establish eligibility for such services, especially if they have children who are citizens of the host country.

Personal Records and Family History

A birth certificate provides vital information for personal records and family history, which can be important for future generations and genealogical research.

Birth Certificate Non-Availability of Birth Certificate (NABC)

Confirms an individual's birth details, serves as proof of identity and nationality

Serves as a substitute when original birth records cannot be obtained, providing an alternative for official purposes


Issued shortly after birth by government or relevant authorities

Issued when original birth records are unavailable due to various reasons

Issued after birth?

Contains detailed birth information?

Provides proof of birth?

Used when original birth records are unavailable?

Issued by government or relevant authorities?

Serves as primary proof of identity and nationality?

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