Get Your Birth Certificate in Colombia Easily Online

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What is it?

Our service enables you to obtain an official birth certificate in Colombia through an easy and secure online process. Whether you need it for travel, legal purposes, or personal records, we streamline the procedure to save you time and effort.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for Colombian citizens needing to update their personal documents, expats requiring proof of birth for legal procedures, parents needing documentation for their children, and those looking to replace lost or damaged birth certificates.


  1. Visit the official website for civil registration in Colombia: Link
  2. Create an account or log in to the portal.
  3. Navigate to the ‘Registro Civil de Nacimiento’ section.
  4. Fill out the necessary forms with precise details about the individual the birth certificate is for.
  5. Upload the required documents as per the instructions on the site.
  6. Pay any mandatory fees using the secure online payment methods provided.
  7. Submit your application.
  8. Wait for confirmation and tracking details for your application.
  9. Receive your birth certificate either digitally or via post, as per your selected option.

Required documents

  • Identification document (e.g., Cédula de ciudadanía or Passport) - Obtainable from the National Civil Registry
  • Parents’ identification documents - Required for minors’ birth certificates, also obtainable from the Civil Registry.
  • Proof of address (utility bill, etc.) - Obtainable from local service providers.
  • Application form - Available on the official website.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Processing times may vary depending on demand and completeness of the application.
  • Ensure all details are accurate to avoid delays or rejections.
  • Digital options may be available for quicker processing and delivery.
  • Assistance is available through help desks or customer service lines linked on the official website.
  • In-person applications are also possible at local civil registry offices if online access is challenging.


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