Online Procurement of Death Certificates in Chile: Essential Guide

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What is it?

This service facilitates the online procurement of Death Certificates in Chile. A Death Certificate is a vital official document issued by the Chilean Civil Registry that confirms the details of a person’s death. This document is often required for legal purposes, inheritance processes, and genealogical research.

Who needs it?

Ideal for individuals who need to settle legal matters such as estates and inheritances, family members managing funeral arrangements, and genealogists researching family histories. Anyone needing official confirmation of a death within Chile for various legal and personal purposes will find this service invaluable.


  1. Visit the official Chilean Civil Registry website or authorized online portal for Death Certificate requests.
  2. Create or log in to your user account.
  3. Fill out the online application form with accurate details of the deceased person.
  4. Upload the required documents based on the instructions provided.
  5. Pay the applicable processing fee through the website’s secure payment gateway.
  6. Submit your application and wait for confirmation and delivery of the Death Certificate via email or postal service.

Required documents

  • Identification document of the applicant (e.g., passport or Chilean national ID)
  • Information about the deceased person (e.g., full name, date of death, place of death)
  • Proof of death (e.g., medical certificate, police report)
  • Relationship to the deceased or legal entitlement to request the certificate

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • The turnaround time for receiving the Death Certificate may vary depending on the processing load and delivery method chosen.
  • Electronic versions of Death Certificates are also available for more immediate requirements.
  • Legalization or apostille might be necessary for use in foreign countries.
  • For genealogical research, additional historical records and assistance can be found at related local archives or through professional services.


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