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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
- Chapter 50. Vital Statistics Act
- Section 220. New Certificate of Birth.
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AS 18.50.220. New Certificate of Birth.
- (a) The state registrar shall establish a new certificate of birth for a person born in the state, upon proper request
that the certificate be made, and upon receipt of
- (1) an adoption report as provided in AS 18.50.210
, or a certified copy of the decree of adoption from a court of competent jurisdiction in another state, together with
the information necessary to identify the original certificate of birth and to establish the new certificate of birth;
however, a new certificate of birth may not be established if so requested by the court decreeing the adoption, the
adoptive parents, or the adopted person if the adopted person is of legal age; or
- (2) the evidence required by law and regulation proving that the person has been legitimated.
- (b) When a new certificate of birth is established, the actual place and date of birth shall be shown. The new
certificate shall be substituted for the original certificate of birth, and
- (1) thereafter, in the case of an adoption, the original certificate and the evidence of adoption are not subject to
inspection except as provided in AS 18.50.500
- 18.50.510 or by order of the superior court under
, but the state registrar shall allow inspection by an agent of the state or federal government acting in the
performance of the agent's official duties; in the case of a legitimation, the original certificate and the evidence of
legitimation are not subject to inspection except upon order of the superior court or as provided by regulation;
however, the regulation shall allow inspection by an agent of the state or federal government acting in the performance
of the agent's official duties;
- (2) upon receipt of a report that an adoption has been vacated, the original certificate of birth shall be restored to its
place in the files and the new certificate and evidence are not subject to inspection except upon order of a superior
- (c) If no certificate of birth is on file for the person for whom a new certificate is to be established under this
section, a delayed certificate of birth shall be filed with the bureau as provided in this chapter before a new
certificate of birth may be established.
- (d) When a new certificate of birth is established by the state registrar, the state registrar shall direct the
disposition of and substitution for all copies of the original certificate of birth in the custody of a local registrar
of vital statistics or other local custodian of the records. When an adoption has been vacated, the state registrar
shall instruct the local officials as to a necessary action.
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