Vital records consist of birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates. State government vital records offices issue these documents. To get a copy of a vital record, contact the vital records office in the state where the event occurred.
Who may request records and for what purpose:
Every citizen has a right to access public records. Because not otherwise stated in the law itself, the term “citizens” likely refers to all citizens of the United States. This includes news media, corporations, and professional organizations.
The custodian of public records may ask the purpose for a request or the requester’s intended use of the records.
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