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Process for ordering court records works in Kansas

To order court records works in Kansas, you need to pay by check or money order to vital statistics personal checks are also accepted. You may request for certified copies of vital records via mail in person or via fax machine or telephone.

The payment can be made by Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover credit card. The credit card vendor usually charges an additional fee of eight dollars as service charges for the credit card billing.

You should place genealogy request via regular mail as these are not considered urgent. All written applications should be submitted with a business, self addressed, stamped envelope. You may also visit the website or the number at customer relation service to confirm current fees. All application forms are available on the official website. You can order or additional copies for five dollars each.

To obtain birth court records from July 1, 1911, you need to pay ten dollars that include a five year search. The birth records in Kansas are not considered to open for general public. These records are open only for parents, immediate family members, a legal representative or anyone who can prove a direct interest.

You need to include the name of the person on the certificate, the date of birth, the city and county of birth, your relationship to the individual, the exact reason for request and your name, address and day time phone number and personal identification number.

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

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