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Portuguese Birth Certificate Request

 Portuguese 

 Birth Certificate 

Request and receive your Portuguese birth certificate from anywhere in the world!

A birth certificate is a document attesting to the birth of a person and is often used in certain administrative procedures requiring proof of a person's identity and existence.

 

During some official procedures, you may be required to present a birth certificate - for example, if you are a Portuguese citizen who was born outside Portugal, you will need a Portuguese birth certificate to apply for a tax number (NIF) Tax Number in Portugal.

Order your birth certificate today and avoid extended queues, potential language barriers, and bureaucratic complexities.

We'll do all the heavy lifting for you!

1

What's required?

You'll just need to provide some basic personal information - full name, date of birth, city and country of birth, full name of both of your parents, citizen's card number (if you have one) and your address (only if you need a physical copy)

 

2

What's the process like?

After you place your order you'll receive an email from us with a form you'll need to fill. Once you complete the form we'll go ahead and request your birth certificate.

As soon as we receive it, we'll email you the document straight away. If you purchase the international hard copy option, we'll send you a scanned version by email and post the document to your preferred address.

 

3

How long does it take?

If you simply need an electronic version of your birth certificate, we'll email you the PDF within 3 business days.

If you require the physical document, you can expect to receive within 5 working days.

 

Request your Portuguese birth certificate remotely and efficiently.

Disclaimer: 

Please be aware that the process can only commence upon receipt of all necessary documents/information. The timeframe is calculated exclusively on working days, excluding weekends, official Portuguese holidays, strikes, and any other technical errors from the relevant entities (social security, tax office, post office, etc)

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