Informational Birth Certificate 

An Informational Birth Certificate, also known as an uncertified copy, is a document that includes important information related to your birth record such as full name, state and county or city where you were born, date of birth. Details vary on the State Health Department in which the document was issued. This document usually has a stamp that indicates that it is an informational document. 

An Informational Birth Certificate is not used for legally establishing identity, age, or citizenship. However, it can be used for several purposes, such as carrying out genealogical research. (anadir enlace) Also, it has a larger group of people who can access it more easily. Yet, for main legal purposes, it is best to get a certified birth certificate. (anadir enlace)

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