Birth Certificates and other Documents

Mary's House - Pregnancy Care Center - Louisiana

Birth Certificates and other Documents

June 28, 2019
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The Paperwork of Parenting

When you become a parent, you’re going to need some diapers, a pacifier and as many naps as you can find.  You will also need PAPERWORK!

LOTS of paperwork.

If you plan on sending your child to school, to a doctor, camp or to a t-ball team, get ready for paperwork.

Throughout my years as a parent, here are some of the documents I’ve had to produce:

* Birth Certificate

* Social Security Card

* Medical Insurance Card

* Immunization Record

* Driver’s License

* School report cards and Transcripts 

 

Here's a list of the paperwork you will need and where to get it:

Document

Agency

Birth Certificate

 

Vital Records- Kiosk

Social Security Card

 

Social Security Office

Medical Insurance Card

 

Medicaid- Medicaid Office

Private Insurance – Employer Human Resources Department

Immunization Record

 

Your Pediatrician’s Office

or Shots for Tots

Driver’s License

 

 

 

DMV ( at this place they also need your birth certificate, social security card and proof of residency with a utility bill )

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

While you’re in the hospital having your baby, you will fill out paperwork and your baby’s paperwork will be sent to you. It’s a good idea to keep this paperwork in a file where it’s secure and you can get to it easily.   

So far, the only place I’ve found that doesn’t need paperwork…                                                                                                                                              is grandma’s house!

 

TrishaTrisha has been a registered nurse for twenty-five years. She connects with pregnant women in a personal, cheerful and caring way. At Mary's House, she is the Clinic Director who can answer questions and encourage you as a good friend would.  

The information contained on this site is for educational purposes only and is not meant for diagnosis or treatment. Any information found on this site should be discussed with a healthcare professional. Use of this information should be done in accordance with the health care plan outlined by your healthcare professional. For specific medical advice, diagnosis, and treatment, consult your doctor.

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