Colorado Revised Statutes Title 19. Children's Code § 19-5-212. Copies of order of adoption--to whom given

(1) If the court enters an order of adoption, certified copies shall be given to the adopting parents, the person or agency consenting to the adoption, and the state registrar.

(2) The court or the adopting parents or their legal representative shall send to the state registrar an application for a birth certificate, signed by the adoptive parents.  The state registrar shall thereupon issue a new birth certificate to the child, as provided in section 25-2-113, C.R.S .

(3) If the child was born outside of Colorado, copies of the order of adoption and application for birth certificate shall be sent to the state registrar of the state of birth and to the registrar of vital statistics in this state.  If the application for a birth certificate is denied by the state registrar in the state of birth, the adopting parents may return to the registrar in this state and apply to him to issue a new certificate of birth.  The state registrar shall issue a birth certificate upon satisfactory evidence that the adopting parents, after good-faith effort, were unable to obtain a new certificate of birth from the state of birth.

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