Anyone out there recently had a UC and found your way through the system in terms of what you need to get the birth certificate? Any current information or suggestions from anyone who has done it would be helpful!
In reply to my own post, here is the update from the UC family I mentioned. I hope it may be of use for anyone who goes through this process:
It's been about 3 yrs for me but it was surprisingly easy. We were military at the time so that probably helped as well. We made sure to have it done within 7 days of the birth. Dh is the one who did it all, but he signed as a witness and my midwife wrote a letter stating she had been my midwife since I was 20 weeks, and that she missed the birth but arrived about 30 minutes after the baby was born and did an exam. They took it without question.
I'm surprised AZ is so easy for UC birth considering all the border issues but I'm definitely thankful it was so simple and no one seemed judgy at all which is nice as well.
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