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    I live in one state and birthed in another and only registered in the state I birthed in
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    Thank you for that info

    in regards to centrelink/Medicare they hospital gives me a form when bub is born 'birth of a new baby' for fao/Medicare to lodge until the birth certificate is ready which can take 4/6 weeks ATM so think I am sorted about it now as far as birth certificate and centerlink and medicare goes.

    I will just hassle the obs at anc about early discharge now lol.

    Thank you for the replies everyone xx

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    Hi im from nsw. It cost me around $50 to register my son & a standard certificate. They have fancy ones too but I couldnt afford it at the time

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