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Process for ordering court records works in Idaho

When ordering court records works in Idaho, you need to pay check or money to the Idaho vital statistics. Personal checks are also accepted. The certificate requests can be made via fax. However, you need to pay about $10.50 dollars as special handling fees. This fees can be easily paid by credit card.

You need to call or visit the website in order to verify the present fees. As an applicant, you should provide a copy of their drivers license or state picture identification. If it is not available, you should produce a copy of two different forms of identification in conjunction with a signature.

In case of birth and death from the year 1911 and onwards, you need to pay about $13.00 for computer generated certificate and eighteen dollars for the photo copy of original certificate.

Any records earlier than 1911 and after 1907, you need to write to the county recorder in county where the event actually occurred. You also need to include the following documents:

a) The full name listed on the certificate

b) The date of birth/death

c) The place of birth/death

d) The day of birth/death

e) The full name of father

f) The full maiden name of mother

g) The exact reason for making request

h) Your relationship to the person named on the certificate

i) Your name

j) Your address

k) Your telephone number

For marriage and divorce court records from May 1947 onwards, you need to pay about thirteen dollars for computer generated certificate and eighteen dollars for photocopy of original certificate. You also require to include the following information:

a) The full name of the groom

b) The full maiden name of the bride

c) The file number of certificate if possible

d) The date of marriage/divorce

e) The place of marriage/divorce

f) The reason for request

g) Your relationship with the person

h) You name, address and telephone number

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

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