Andorra Civil Registration

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How to Find the Records[edit | edit source]

Offices to Contact[edit | edit source]

Andorra Civil Registry
Dr. Street. Vilanova, 13
Davi Building, 4 floor
AD500 Andorra la Vella
Andora
Phone: + (376) 809 580
Fax: + (376) 824 575

  • Website Includes application forms.

Children Born in Andorra to United States Citizens[edit | edit source]

Historical Background[edit | edit source]


Coverage and Compliance[edit | edit source]


Information Recorded in the Records[edit | edit source]

Births[edit | edit source]

Birth records typically provide the following information:

  • Place and date of child's birth (often times they provide the exact time of birth)
  • Full name, profession and place of birth of the child's father
  • Full name and place of birth of the child's mother
  • Full name and place of birth of the child's maternal and paternal grandparents

Marriages[edit | edit source]

Marriage records provide the following information:

  • Date when the marriage occurred
  • Full names, marital status (single or widowed) and places of birth for both the bride and groom
  • Full names, and places of birth for the parents of the bride and groom

Marriage Record Tip:

Couples usually married in the home town of the bride (if the family still lived there).

Deaths[edit | edit source]

You can expect to find the following information:

If the deceased was single:

  • Full name, age, occupation (if applicable), place of birth, and death date of the deceased
  • Full name of the deceased parents, and often times their places of birth
  • Cemetery where the deceased was buried

If the deceased was married or widowed:

  • Full name, age, occupation (if applicable), place of birth, and death date of the deceased
  • Full name of spouse (whether deceased or living), and often their place of birth
  • Cemetery where the deceased was buried
  • If the deceased created a will and the name of the Notary that notarized the will.
  • Sometimes living descendants (could include name of living children, and other heirs)

References[edit | edit source]