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Vital records are the legal records documenting a vital event, such as a birth, death, marriage, Oregon Registered Domestic Partnership, divorce, or fetal death. Birth certificates are the primary documents used to establish identity. The Center for Health Statistics has birth and death records dating from 1903, marriage records from 1906, and divorce certificates (not decrees) from 1925.


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Proxy marriages (where someone stands in for the other party) are not permitted in Alaska. The two parties must be present before the two witnesses and the officiant in order for the ceremony to be performed.


Beginning on January 1, 2021, a new vital records law goes into effect that changes the ordering requirements for birth certificates. For increased security of personal information, only individuals with specific relationships to the person on the birth record being requested can receive a birth certificate. Identity and proof documentation will be required. Download a flyer to learn more (PDF)


The Washington State Dept. of Health has received an increased number of calls about third party vendors selling birth, death, marriage and divorce certificates. These companies charge customers high fees to "process" or "help apply" for certificates issued from the Department of Health. VitalChek, at www.vitalchek.com is our only contracted vendor. If you have ordered through one of these third party companies and would like to file a consumer complaint, visit the Washington State Attorney General Consumer Protection Division.


For the fastest service, without high fees, we encourage customers to order certified copies only from our office, King County Vital Statistics per instructions on this page, Washington State Dept. of Health, your local Washington state county health department or through our contracted vendor, VitalChek, at www.vitalchek.com


Many Missouri residents can quickly obtain their birth, death, marriage, and divorce records at the local level.1,2 There are some types of vital records only available at the county level, and other types of records that are only available from the Bureau of Vital Records in Jefferson City.


In the State of Missouri, vital records are not open to the general public. Copies of vital records are provided to specifically defined individuals or entities. This helps protect identities, prevent fraud, and preserve the integrity of vital records. State law only allows a certified copy of a vital record to be issued to a person with a direct and tangible interest in the record. Learn more about who can obtain a copy of a vital record.


How can I order a copy? Local level - Not available. State level - In person and by mail. See above and How to Obtain a Copy of a Vital Record. Marriage In Missouri, two different marriage related documents are available for issuance. A marriage statement and a marriage certificate. The Certified Statement Relating to Marriage issued by the Department of Health and Senior Services in Jefferson City will only include the names of both spouses, date of marriage, and county where the marriage was recorded. Certified statements can be helpful if an individual is not certain of the county in which the marriage was recorded. An actual certified copy of the original marriage certificate may only be obtained by contacting the Recorder of Deeds in the county where the license was obtained.


The Certified Statement Relating to Divorce issued by the Department of Health and Senior Services will only include the names of both spouses, date of divorce, and county where the divorce was recorded. Certified statements can be helpful if an individual is not certain of the county of record or other similar circumstances. An actual certified copy of the original divorce decree may only be obtained by contacting the Circuit Clerk in the county where the decree was granted.


In the State of Missouri, vital records are not open to the general public. Copies of vital records are provided to specifically defined individuals or entities. This helps protect identities, prevent fraud, and preserve the integrity of vital records. State law only allows a certified copy of a vital record to be issued to a person with a direct and tangible interest in the record.


Pursuant to 19 CSR 10-10, the registrant, a member of his/her family, his/her guardian, or one of their official representatives shall be considered to have a direct and tangible interest and may be issued a certified copy of a vital record such as a birth or death certificate. Applicants requesting records shall furnish adequate identifying information contained on the record to ensure the correct record is being released.


The information and examples below outline entitlement requirements to obtain a vital record. All additional requirements, such as an application and statutorily required search fee, are also still required to obtain a vital record.


The Bureau of Vital Records contracts with VitalChek to process vital record requests online or over the phone. VitalChek can verify an identity electronically online through public record data powered by LexisNexis.


Other individuals qualified to receive a record such as a sibling, grandparent, grandchild, guardian, foster parent, aunt, uncle, may request a vital record for a qualified individual that does not have identification. The other qualified individual must show their identification. However, they must also be able to demonstrate a link to the person listed on the vital record. If the vital event occurred in Missouri the other qualified individual that makes the request may provide information to vital records staff to locate the record that would demonstrate the link. (An example would be siblings might have same parents.)


You may request copies of vital records directly from your local public health agency or from the Department of Health and Senior Services in Jefferson City. Follow the steps below to mail-in a request for a record, print out and take to your local public health agency, or schedule an appointment to visit the Bureau of Vital Records in Jefferson City.


A search fee must accompany all requests for copies of vital records. A five (5) year search may be conducted per search fee. If an applicant wishes to have additional sets of five (5) years searches conducted, an additional search fee will be required.


Note: Usually, the fastest way to obtain a copy of a vital record is to request it locally. If necessary, requests may be mailed to the Bureau of Vital Records in Jefferson City. Mail-in requests to Jefferson City can be processed within approximately 8-12 weeks depending on the volume of requests the bureau is experiencing at the time the request was made. Processing times could be extended if the request is submitted with errors or requires additional research time. Checks are cashed/fees are deposited immediately upon receipt of the application by a separate division within the Department of Health and Senior Services. The application is then sent to the Bureau of Vital Records for processing. Therefore, a cashed check does not indicate an application has been processed.


Once a certified copy of a vital record is ordered (long form certificate recommended) and order confirmation via email is received, contact the Bureau of Vital Records (573-751-6387, opt. 1) the following business morning between 9 AM - 11 AM central time to:


If an EVVE birth or death verification fails, a letter requesting a manual verification may be sent to the State Registrar/Custodian of Vital Records (Bureau of Vital Records, 930 Wildwood Dr., Jefferson City, MO 65109). The letter must explain the failed EVVE verification in detail, along with the applicable vital record information trying to be verified, along with any supporting documentation, and/or notarized authorization (Ex: the Social Security Administration may submit: Form SSA-L706-F3/Form SSA-562-U3). A manual verification payment is not necessary after a failed EVVE verification/certification.


When requesting a copy of a vital record without an application, a check or money order for the appropriate fee must be mailed to the Bureau of Vital Records with the written notarized request (fees and address listed above).


Policies and procedures for release of vital records information for legitimate research purposes can be found at Data, Surveillance Systems & Statistical Reports. Scroll to the heading Data Release Policies, Procedures and Guidelines.


Note: In the State of Missouri, vital records are not open to the general public. Copies of vital records are provided to specifically defined individuals or entities. State law only allows a certified copy of a vital record to be issued to a person with a direct and tangible interest in the record upon receipt of a notarized application, statutorily required search fee, and, if applicable, tangible interest documents or a signed notarized statement authorizing release. 041b061a72


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