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Databases Updated on Oct 19, 2019

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Birth Records

Birth Records

Access millions of birth records with a single click. By using our specialized online lookup tool, you can instantly find the basic information you need, including someone’s full name, date of birth, place of birth and parents’ full names.

Family & Relatives

Family & Relatives

Tap into someone’s family and relatives with a wide range of information gathered from various databases. Within seconds, you can find crucial data regarding someone’s full marital history, siblings, spouses, children, parents and other relatives.

Contact Info

Contact Info

Looking for a person’s contact details? You’re in the right place. In a few blinks, we help you uncover information such as current and previous Residence, Full Name, Phone Number (s), Email Addresses, Social Profiles and much more.

Social & Web

Social & Web

Make the most of our expert deep web search tool to trace a person’s online activity, including main and secret Social Media Accounts, Websites, Blogs, Forum posts, Videos, Photos and even hidden Email Addresses. It's quick and easy!

What are Birth Records?

What are Birth Records?

Birth records comprise the data on the birth certificate that’s being issued when a child is born. They contain vital information regarding child’s identity, such as full name, gender, race, date and place of birth, parents’ names and sometimes even each parent’s age and birthplace.

The birth certificate is printed on security paper and must have an embossed seal which makes it official. If you want to learn how to obtain a birth certificate, you might also be interested to find out that you can request official copies from the issuing state’s Department of Health.

In general, basic birth records can be accessed by the general public, but strictly for informational (not legal) purposes. In case you need a certified copy of your birth certificate, you can order it from the state of birth at the Vital Records office or county clerk’s office. For non-certified copies, one needs to apply in person or by mail, and also pay a small fee. Alternatively, Birth Records can be safely accessed online, with a quicker turnaround and without having to visit the issuing government agency’s office.

Birth Records Statistics

  • Number of births: 3,988,076
  • Birth rate: 12.5 per 1,000 population
  • Fertility rate: 62.9 births per 1,000 women aged 15-44 years
  • Percent born low birth weight: 8.0%
  • Percent born preterm: 9.6%
  • Percent unmarried: 40.2%
  • Mean age at first birth: 26.3

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