How to apply birth Certificate in Andhra Pradesh

How to apply birth Certificate in Andhra Pradesh: Birth Certificate is the one of the most important Document in Everyone's life who are living in India.This birth certificate is a personal document which is used for the future purpose of applying the 10th board exams, passport, driving license, etc.A birth certificate is a legal identity from the government showing the Age, sex or a nationality of a person.In nowadays most of the hospitals are taking care of this certificate. If who don't have the birth certificate don't worry we will provide complete information on birth Certificate in Andhra Pradesh that what we known. Before days applying the birth certificate is difficult but nowadays we can get in a simple process in meeseva center to get the birth certificate. Also, check SC ST BC Corporation Loan in AP.

How to apply birth Certificate in Andhra Pradesh

How to apply birth Certificate in Andhra Pradesh

Those who are born in the hospital they will have the birth report they can submit it along with Aadhaar Card and Address Proof to get the birth certificate within the 15 days.If the child born at Home then they may don't have a birth report. In that case, you need to take the Non-Availability certificate from the nearest meeseva center. After getting the Non-Availability certificate then you need to file the request in RDO (Rural Development Organization).If the RDO Enquiry is completed then it will take 75 days to process to get RDO Note through Meeseva Services.

How to apply for Non-availability Birth certificate

To apply the Non-availability birth certificate you need to have following certificates. These certificates are mandatory for applying the Non- availability birth certificate in Andhra Pradesh State.

1)Application form
2)10th Class Certificate / Date of Birth Proof (Doctor/Nurse signed)
3)Address Proof

Once you have submitted all the above documents with application form in a decent way to meeseva center. Then you will get the Text message from the meeseva center by saying that your request for Non-availability the certificate was accepted. Then go to nearest meeseva center to collect the Non-availability certificate after 24 hours.

How to apply for RDO note

After getting the Non-Availablity certificate the Applicant should take the Notary, bond by tying your details and stamp with the signature of the Advocate on the bond.In this Application form, there will be having five columns from that column you should leave the first column then, in remaining four columns you should take the four signatures of your Neighbours (female) along with the address.

Following enclosures to be submitted to RDO form

1.Schools study certificate or 10th class marks list photocopy
2.Affidavit Notary
3.Statement Form
4.Birth proof certificate
5.Ration card / aadhaar card / voter ID / Present residential certificate / current bill
6.Non-availability certificate issued by the GP or Municipal commissioner

After Preparing all the above documents you should go to meeseva submit the application with the prepared documents.It may take 60days to get the RDO note which is available in meeseva center near you.This RDO note should be filed in the municipality and should receive notice from the municipality.Then you should go to meeseva again and apply for the birth certificate by providing a municipality notice, a copy of the procedure, and proof of address. You will receive the birth certificate within 15 days if all certificates are properly registered.

here is the link to Meeseva website

How to apply birth Certificate in Andhra Pradesh

"How to apply birth Certificate in Andhra Pradesh"  above steps is applicable for following districts East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, Guntur, Prakasam, Sri Potti Sri Ramulu Nellore, Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, and Visakhapatnam, Kurnool, Chittoor, YSR Kadapa, and Anantapur these districts of Andhra Pradesh state in India.

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