Vital Records

Are you on your way to the RMV to get your Massachusetts driver's license? If so, you can guarantee that they'll ask you to produce at least one vital record in order to renew, replace or get a new driver's license. In Massachusetts and most U.S. states, the most common vital record asked for would be your birth certificate as proof of identity. It's always a good idea to be prepared at all times by having an official birth certificate (copy or original) on hand.

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Reasons to Have Vital Records On Hand

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How to Replace a Vital Record in Massachusetts

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