Where do I go to get a birth certificate in Alabama?
Customers can obtain most vital records from the Center for Health Statistics through their county health department in 30 minutes or less. Records may also be obtained through the mail in about 7-10 days. For information on obtaining Alabama certificates, choose from the following links: Birth Certificates.May 4, 2020
How long do you have to wait to get married in Alabama?
Alabama requires people wanting to get married to be of certain ages: 16 (with parental consent) or 18 (without parental consent). There are no waiting periods, blood tests or residency requirements. Current marriage licenses are valid through Aug. 28, after that date couples must use the new forms.
What happens if first cousins have a baby?
First cousins are somewhat more likely than unrelated parents to have a child with a serious birth defect, mental retardation or genetic disease, but their increased risk is nowhere near as large as most people think, the scientists said.
Are 4th cousins really related?
First cousins share a grandparent (2 generations) Second cousins share a great-grandparent (3 generations) Third cousins share a great-great-grandparent (4 generations) Fourth cousins share a 3rd-great grandparent (5 generations)