My midwife makes sure to fil out and file all the paperwork, but if you are unassisted you have to do it.
I was in a state where CPM's cannot practice legally. My midwife provided all the information and paperwork she could.We took our prenatal record, a bill, and two notarized papers from two adults who saw me give birth and brought it all to the department of health. We fill out the form that the hospital normally does and turn it all in. We checked the box on there to get a SS card. We got everything in 6 weeks.
I know every state and or city is different. I'd ask around locally.
Call your local County Health Department. They'll know!
Quoting GoodyBrook:Call your local County Health Department. They'll know!
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