Because a Birth Certificate is such a valuable document, it should always be kept in a safe place where it can be easily accessed when needed.It is highly recommended that you do not carry your Birth Certificate in your wallet or purse as thousands of certificates are reported lost or stolen every month.The wallet size Birth Certificate is no longer available.
If you are not certain of your date of birth, fill out the estimated date of birth on the Birth Certificate application.
If no record of the birth is found for that date, the fee will be applied to the search process.
You will receive an order confirmation email from us within an hour.
We will then go on to process your application according to the service option you have chosen.
Experts in identity theft discourage carrying a Birth Certificate in a purse or wallet.
The size of the new certificate is 12.5 cm wide x 17.6 cm high, which makes carrying it in a wallet or purse prohibitive.On March 10, 2008, Saskatchewan introduced a new, more secure and durable Birth Certificate.The new Birth Certificate is made from a strong polymer material and has more than 20 visible and concealed security features to help prevent identity theft.Photocopies are rarely needed by citizens and are, by law, for restricted use only.They are not recommended for use as identification.They will only discuss the status of the application with the applicant.