How to Checks Death Certificate Status Online? | Death Certificate Status
To have death certificate you must submit application within 21 days of death of person.
Identification Document (Aadhar) of Deceased
Medical Certificate from Doctor / Hospital in case of death with Medical Reasons
KYC document of applicant
The births and deaths are registered at the place of occurrence of the event and by the concerned registrar under whom jurisdiction the event has taken place.
The institutional events cannot be reported by the family members, it is the duty of the in-charge of the institution to report such events to concerned registrar. Through this portal, general public may report only domiciliary (house/home) events within 21 days of the occurrence of the event. If the event has crossed the limit of 21 days, one must approach the office of the concerned Registrar (B&D).
To report a domiciliary events (within normal reporting period i.e. 21 days), fill up the mandatory information to register yourself for reporting of an event through the following link. This login id will work for a single birth/death event and if there is a case of twins/multiple, you have to create accordingly http://crsorgi.gov.in/web/index.php/auth/signUp
At the time of sign-up, users will be able to register for the functional registration units only, i.e. the registration units where this centralised application is being used for registration of births and deaths and in the drop-down list of registration unit at sign-up page, only these RUs will get listed because it has not been implemented in all the RUs of the country.
After successful login, users need to fill the complete birth/death reporting form (both legal as well as statistical portion) to the best of their knowledge and belief.
Get the print-out of the application and forward to the concerned Registrar BY HAND at the given address (address will appear on the bottom of the print-out of application) along with the requisite documents (the details of the documents required are given in subsequent para).
After successful submission of the application, users will get a confirmation mail on the provided email id.
The users will be informed about the status of the application through email immediately after receipt of the application by the concerned registrar.
The details of registered event will be informed through email or it can be checked anytime from the home page of the portal by quoting the Application Reference Number.
Documents Required For Death Certificate
Supporting documents for date and place of occurrence of a domiciliary birth/death and reported within 21 days of occurrence of the event: Declaration by parent(s) in prescribed form- Address Proof- copy of any one of the self-attested documents (Voter ID card, electricity/gas/water/ telephone bill, passport, valid ration card, aadhaar card, running bank account etc.)
Deaths are registered at the place of occurrence of the event and by the concerned registrar under whom jurisdiction the event has taken place.
1 Death reported after 21 days but within 30 days of its occurrence can be registered on payment of Rs 2 as a late fee.
2. Death reported after one month but within one year of its occurrence can be registered only with the written permission of the registrar on payment of Rs 5.
3. Death reported after one year of its occurrence can be registered on an order made by the area magistrate i.e. SDM or the first class magistrate or a presidency magistrate and on payment of Rs 10 as late fee.
Documents required for death certificate
The application form which you are required to fill is usually available with the area's local body authorities, or with the registrar who maintains the register of deaths.
You might also need to submit proof of birth of the deceased, an affidavit specifying the date and time of death, a copy of the ration card, and the required fee in the form of court fee stamps.
Place of registration
Deaths can be registered at the place of occurrence only. For eg, an event which has taken place in Mumbai shall be registered with the concerned local registrar in Mumbai, within whose jurisdiction the event has occurred. That event cannot be registered in Delhi