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How much does a replacement birth certificate cost?

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According to the Centers for Disease Control, the cost of a replacement birth certificate depends on individual state regulations. For instance, in the state of Alabama, a replacement birth certificate costs $15.00, while in the state of Alaska, a replacement birth certificate costs $30.00

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How much does a replacement birth certificate cost?
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According to the Connecticut Department of Public Health State Vital Records Office, replacement birth certificates for the state of Connecticut cost $20.00 when requested from the city or town of birth and $30.00 when requested from the State Vital Records Office or the state's public health department. Wallet-sized certifications of birth are also available for $15.00.

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