German birth certificate template
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As a sworn or accredited translator, your daily translations will include high school diplomas, birth certificates, marriage certificates, and other official documents. Preparing such translations is a time-consuming process. The reason for this is that the content is rarely the issue. Form is often the more serious issue. The majority of certificates are scanned PDF documents. It is possible to extract the text using character recognition. However, formatting can take a long time. The following is a list of documents that I have already translated for my clients. Please contact me if you are a sworn translator and would like to use my translation as a template to save time. I’ll gladly assist you with an anonymous template.
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The first thing you’ll learn in German: Civil Registration Records is what kinds of civil records German-speaking countries produce and where you can find them. It’s not as easy as it sounds to locate them. Each local government has its own Standesamt (civil registry office). To find your ancestor’s records, you must know exactly where he or she lived. This was familiar territory for me because I had already completed the German: Locating Places in Germany course. Meyers Orts- und Verkehrs-Lexikon des Deutschen Reichs and other German gazetteers will assist you in locating the correct jurisdiction.
Civil registration began in some places as early as 1792, so this is a great place to look for birth, marriage, and death certificates (Geburtsurkunden, Heiratsurkunden und Sterbeurkunden). This course’s second module explains what kind of information you might expect to find in these records. Civil records in Germany are fairly uniform across jurisdictions and contain a wealth of genealogical information. Many Standesamts used typeset, fill-in-the-blank forms, which are generally easier to read than church records from the same era.
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The diplomas are only required if you want your credentials to appear on your birth certificate (which seems to be quite standard in Germany). There’s no need to include them if you don’t. In terms of translation, it’s like anything else in these situations: it’s better to use one, but it’s not always necessary.
We’re expecting our first child in 6 weeks in Berlin, and I’ve found this blog to be incredibly useful. Thank you very much! Could you please suggest a birth/marriage certificate translator? The cheapest quote I’ve gotten for a marriage certificate is 350 euros, which seems exorbitant!! I need both my birth and marriage certificates translated, so any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Hello, Jim. Thank you for your message; I’m glad you found my blog helpful. I suggest contacting Expath (http://www.expath.de), which has a number of translators, or Red Tape Translation (http://www.redtapetranslation.com). Both organizations are run by expat parents who live in this city. I wish you the best of luck with your baby’s birth and your first months as a family.
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You must contact the competent German agency (i.e. the “Standesamt” or Registrar’s Office) to receive a birth certificate from the Federal Republic of Germany. Your letter should be delivered to the Standesamt of the place where you were born (Village, Township, City). Search the World Wide Web for the key words: Standesamt+place where you were born to find the contact information for your Standesamt.
Please write the month of your birth in letters rather than numbers, as this may cause confusion (the date 10/12/56 in Germany refers to December 10, 1956). With the certificate, you will receive information about the fee. The international version of the birth certificate is recommended. This edition has already been translated into several languages, including English and French, so you won’t have to pay for one.
A birth certificate will be issued if the appropriate register is available at the Standesamt. Otherwise, you will obtain written confirmation that the Standesamt is unable to issue a birth certificate in your case (for example, if registers were destroyed during the war). Please include a postal address with your inquiry, as birth certificates cannot be sent via e-mail.