|posted in committee
|AN ACT relating to delayed birth certificates.
|Bill Request Number
|Summary of Original Version
|Amend KRS 213.056 to allow applicants for a delayed birth certificate to complete the required forms in legible, handwritten print; allow vital records to be used to complete missing information in the application for a delayed birth certificate; require that the cabinet list information required to apply for a delayed birth certificate in administrative regulation form; limit the requirement to include Social Security numbers for parents on birth certificates to children born after 1950; require that the cabinet provide written information to applicants for delayed birth certificates that would include assistance in locating required documents; require the cabinet to work with the Administrative Office of the Courts to formulate standard court procedures and forms to be used to establish a delayed birth certificate; amend KRS 213.121 to allow the State Registrar to correct obvious errors on a birth certificate upon request of a parent, legal guardian, individual responsible for filing the birth certificate, or a child born before 1950; define "obvious errors."
|Index Headings of Original Version
Fiscal Note - Vital statistics, delayed birth certificate, establishment of
Administrative Regulations and Proceedings - Cabinet for Health and Family Services, delayed birth certificates, establishment of
Archives and Records - vital statistics, delayed birth certificate, establishment of
Archives and Records - Vital statistics, birth certificates, correcting errors on
Courts - Birth certificates, standard procedures and form for establishing
Public Records and Reports - Vital statistics, delayed birth certificate, establishment of
Public Records and Reports - Vital statistics, delayed birth certificate, correcting errors on
State Agencies - Cabinet for Health and Family Services, delayed birth certificates, information distributed about
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