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You will qualify to amend the sex on your birth certificate through the Registry of Vital Records and Statistics (RVRS) if:
You will need to file the following evidence:
If you also want to change the legal name on your birth certificate:
Mail completed applicant affidavit and physician's statement, along with check or money order payable to Commonwealth of Massachusetts, to:
Registry of Vital Records and Statistics
150 Mt. Vernon St.
Dorchester, MA 02125
If you're changing your name, you'll also need to include a certified copy of your judicial change of name decree.
Refer to the fact sheet for a full guide and information about fees.
You can make an appointment with the RVRS by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (617) 740-2600.
Amendments may also be made in the city or town where the applicant’s birth occurred. Please contact the local city or town clerk, or Boston Registrar, for more information.