My Birth Cert supplies OFFICIAL Irish Birth Certificates, Marriage Certificates and Death Certificates in LONG FORM from Ireland’s Civil Records which date back to 1864. We also supply Irish Adoption Certificates and Civil Partnership Certificates.

All CERTIFICATES can be ordered ONLINE or by TELEPHONE.

We offer a variety of delivery options, including Worldwide Express.

WE file your application with the Registration Service, retrieve your record and have your Official Certificate issued and delivered to your door for a fee. YOU avoid traffic jams, parking charges, clampers, waiting in long queues and red tape...Order Online Today.

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Certs Dispatched Within 24Hrs/48Hrs/OR 2-3 Working Days

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What Irish Certificates are available to purchase?

Irish Birth Certificates, Irish Death Certificates and Irish Roman Catholic Marriage Certificates dating as …

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How do I order an Irish Certificate?

Select the relevant button and fill in the required fields on the application form. When you have entered all the…

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How do I obtain an Irish Death Certificate?

To obtain an Irish Death Certificate for a loved one click on the Death Certificates button…

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How much does it cost?

The charge will depend on the type of Irish Certificate ordered and the postal method used …

Certs Dispatched By State Service: 5-10 Working Days+

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Disclaimer:We are a Irish owned, Irish based company which does not receive ANY funding from the Irish Government, its Depts. or Agencies. NOTE: The State charge for EVERY Certificate is €20.00.

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Marriage & Civil Partnership

If you wish to marry in the Republic of Ireland, both parties to the wedding must attend a Civil Registration Office, 3 months in advance of the wedding to serve notice to the State of their intention to marry. This is required under the Civil Registration Act of 2004.

You can attend more than 3 months in advance of the wedding and this is always recommended by Civil Registration staff. At the meeting, the Registrar will issue the couple with a Marriage Registration Form which must be SIGNED on the day of the wedding by both parties, thus making the event legal.

You can serve your notice in ANY Civil Registration Office in the Republic of Ireland regardless of where the marriage is taking place in the State

You can marry in the Republic of Ireland in a Religious, Civil or Secular Ceremony.

Religious marriage ceremonies can take place in a Church/Mosque/Synagogue/Temple OR a building designated by the Religious body/order as suitable for religious worship. Religious marriage ceremonies cover a wide range of religious congregations, spiritual beliefs and spiritualist groups.

Secular marriage ceremonies are non religious and were introduced in Ireland in 2013 are conducted solely by the Humanist Association of Ireland

Civil Ceremonies or Civil Partnerships are officiated by a HSE Civil Registrar and can take place in a Registry Office, with one Registry Office usually located in each county, OR in a venue of your own choice; however the venue must be open to the public. If you wish to get married in a Religious, Secular or Civil Ceremony, or have a Civil Partnership Ceremony, you can book your appointment to serve your 3 months notice on the HSE’s online booking system here: Irish Marriage Appointments

Irish Civil Ceremony

Civil Ceremonies or Civil Partnerships can take place in a Registry Office, with one Registry Office usually located in each county, OR in a venue of your own choice; however the venue must be open to the public.

If you wish to have a Civil Ceremony, please follow this link for more details: Irish Civil Ceremonies