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If you’re looking for a fast and easy way to get an official Irish Civil Certificate or just a Search Copy for Births Certs, Deaths Certs, Marriages Certs, Adoption Certs or Civil Partnership Certs, then look no further.
Births Deaths Marriages award winning and secure online service was set up in 2004 to help people all around the world to obtain Long Form Irish / Civil Certificates.
This site allows you to apply for and purchase Official Long Form Certificates for events that have taken place in Ireland only.
Orders usually dispatched within 1 – 2 working days*. Please note that we are not a genealogy service.
This is a legal document available after a birth is registered in accordance with the laws of Ireland. Records are available from 1864. A Birth Certificate is required for many different tasks e.g. to apply for a Passport, to enrol a child in school, probate, obtain a PPS Number, to get married etc.
Find out more and order an Irish Long Form Birth Cert.
Among many reasons that this legally recognised document is required include by Banks and Solicitors to carry out probate of a Will, to obtain any death benefits etc. Records are available from 1878.
Find out more and order an official Irish Death Cert.
This legal document is available after a civil/church marriage occurs in Ireland. Records of marriage events are available from 1864 with some non-Catholic marriages from 1845. A Marriage Certificate is for example required for property purchases, to provide confirmation to banks or if a woman wants to change her name.
Find out more and order an Irish Marriage Cert.
These official certificates are available since 2011. Following the introduction of the Marriage Act 2015, a Civil Partnership can now no longer be registered and same sex couples can now apply to marry.
Find out more and order an official Civil Partnership Cert.
This is a legally recognised document available for domestic adoptions in Ireland from 1954.
Find out more and order an official Irish Adoption Cert.
Apostille Stamps are required for Authentication purposes. They are not required in Ireland or for Irish Embassies worldwide. We offer all certificates with and without Apostille Stamps.
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