Birth Certificate Isle of Man

UK GRO Certificates provides a fast and simple service to obtain an official birth certificate registered in the Isle of Man.

We provide only the Long/Full version birth certificate  and these can be used when applying for a first British Passport, driving licence, job application or providing proof of age when claiming a pension.

Birth records are limited to the beginning of civil registration within each country. For the Isle of Man order online for any event which took place on or after 1st July 1837 to 6 months from the current date provided you have sufficient information to identify the entry. A 3 year search for the index reference will be carried out.

  • Regular service
  • £ 28.90 /copy

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  • £ 48.50 /copy

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Birth certificates of full version shows the following information:

  • Registration district, sub-district and county
  • Full name of person born
  • Date of birth - please note this does not usually include the time of birth
  • Place of birth
  • Father's full name, if named
  • Mother's full name
  • Mother's maiden name (and any other previous names)
  • Father's Occupation, if named
  • Signature, description and residence of informant
  • Date the birth was registered
  • Signature of registrar
  • Date the certificate was produced

These replacement documents are certified for use for all legal purposes, including passport applications and employer identification. Any birth certificate within England and Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland States of Guernsey , Island of Jersey , Isle of Man andIreland can be re-issued, as well as Birth registered overseas but were registered with the appropriate United Kingdom authority within the country of Birth. These would include Armed Forces, Consular, High Commission or Embassy registrations. Please bear in mind that Birth registration with the British authorities is not compulsory when overseas, and a duplicate certificate can only be issued if the Birth certificate has been deposited with either the Embassy or Consulate within the country of Birth, or at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London upon return to the United Kingdom.

The certificates are always produced by an official registration office and can be validated at any time. Where British nationals are born abroad, we can additionally supply copies of certificates relating to any United Kingdom births abroad registered at a Consulate, High Commission, or with the Armed Forces. This service only applies to those births that have actually been registered with the United Kingdom authorities.

What is Public Records?

Under United Kingdom law, birth certificates are known as Public Records which means that any person can apply for a copy of any certificate, providing that they know the details of the birth that is required. This can be helpful for both government and legal services needing proof of birth, as well as family history (genealogy) researchers looking to discover new ancestors. Please note however that where we believe an application to be connected with an attempt to obtain information for the purposes of identity fraud, the application may be rejected and details passed to the relevant police authority.

Adopted Child Birth Certificate

If the child has subsequently been adopted, the birth certificate can only be obtained if the original birth name of the child is known. We cannot issue a birth certificate under an adopted name, unless the adopted name is the same as the birth name. In these cases, you should apply for an Adoption Certificate instead. The birth certificate of an adopted person will be written on showing that the birth certificate is now out of date as it has been superseded by the adoption. Therefore it will rarely be needed for any official purpose, with the Adoption Certificate replacing the birth certificate for official purposes.

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