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arizona-court-records1.gifProcess for ordering court record works in Arizona

When ordering court records in Arizona for birth, death and marriages, you need to understand that personal checks are not accepted. You should pay money orders to the office of the vital records via Visa or MasterCard. You may also call or visit the website in order to verify fees or to give an application for birth, death or marriage certificate.

As an applicant, you should also submit a copy of photo identification or get the request notarized.

arizona-court-records.gifFor obtaining birth records, you should include dates from July 1909 wherein you can get the abstracts of birth records that are filed in countries prior to the year 1909, if available. The exact cost for the certified copy is around fifteen dollars and ten dollars from 1990 to present as certified computerized copies. The non-certified genealogy copies for births that have been recorded for more than seventy five years ago will cost about three dollars.

You should however, remember that access to birth certificates is restricted to the registrant and immediate family members for births that has occurred within the past seventy five years.

You need to include as much information as possible such as the full name of the person as listed on the certificates, place and date of birth, full maiden name of mother, full name of father, the relationship you share with the person whose certificate you are requesting, the exact reason for request, your signature and residence address. You should also include a photocopy of your driver’s license or other photo identification.

When applying for Arizona birth certificate, the birth records starting from 1887 to the year 1929 can easily be looked for on the World Wide Web at Arizona genealogy births and deaths. This also includes the digital copies of birth records. The non-certified copies of birth certificates that are older than seventy five years, you can be looked for at the Arizona State History and Archives Division of the Arizona state library.

For further information on legal records, you can visit the state’s official website at the following address:

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