Kaylee Godiva
Kaylee Godiva voted up Anonymous' answer

"Date of issue" may be when that particular document was sent to you.  The government is very particular when it comes to dates.  And, people (lets face it) misplace papers.  No matter how important.  So every time you go and replace the document, the government puts a stamp on when they made an official "copy" … Read more

Kaylee Godiva
Kaylee Godiva voted up Sincerity Annabell's answer

You can reorder a stamped birth certificate at any time. I have reordered mine several times and it's amazing how they show up so different looking depending on the technology. At first it was filled out by a typewriter and then I had one that was from microfilm my parents had got a one point, … Read more

Kaylee Godiva
Kaylee Godiva voted up Anonymous' answer

I believe that means the date it was issued to you such as the date you ordered your own original document. I noticed that on my drivers licesne actually. It has an issue date of the day I renewed it.

Kaylee Godiva
Kaylee Godiva thanked Anonymous' answer

"Date of issue" may be when that particular document was sent to you.  The government is very particular when it comes to dates.  And, people (lets face it) misplace papers.  No matter how important.  So every time you go and replace the document, the government puts a stamp on when they made an official "copy" … Read more

Kaylee Godiva
Kaylee Godiva thanked Sincerity Annabell's answer

You can reorder a stamped birth certificate at any time. I have reordered mine several times and it's amazing how they show up so different looking depending on the technology. At first it was filled out by a typewriter and then I had one that was from microfilm my parents had got a one point, … Read more

Kaylee Godiva
Kaylee Godiva thanked Anonymous' answer

I believe that means the date it was issued to you such as the date you ordered your own original document. I noticed that on my drivers licesne actually. It has an issue date of the day I renewed it.