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Alaska

Visit the Alaska Bureau of Vital Statistics for information about Alaska birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates.  To place an order, write to:

Bureau of Vital Statistics - Dept of Health and Social Services
5441 Commercial Blvd.
Juneau, AK 99801

(907) 465-3391  Fax: (907) 465-3618  Call for information.  Alaska doesn't accept phone orders for certificates.

Money orders should be made payable to Bureau of Vital Statistics. Personal checks are not accepted. Print and fill out the appropriate form and mail to the address indicated. Please allow four to six weeks after the request is received by the Bureau for delivery of the certificate.

Birth Records – Access to birth certificates becomes available to the public 100 years after the event. Before that time a person may obtain only his or her own birth certificate, or parents may obtain their own child's certificate. State recording started in 1890.  Go here for information on how to order Alaska birth certificates.

Death Records – Access to death certificates becomes available to the public 50 years after death.  Before that time only a parent, spouse, sibling, or child may obtain a certified copy. State recording started in 1913.  Go here for information on how to order Alaska death certificates.

Marriage Records - Access to marriage certificates becomes available to the public 50 years after the marriage.  Before that time only the bride, groom, or their legal representative may obtain a certified copy.  Go here for information on how to order Alaska marriage certificates.

Divorce Records - Access to divorce certificates becomes available to the public 50 years after the divorce. Before that time only the husband, wife, or their legal representative may obtain a certified copy. State recording started in 1950.  Go here for information on how to order Alaska divorce certificates.  If you're looking for more recent information about a divorce filing, you may search the Alaska CourtView System listed below for information about the court case.  Divorce and dissolution cases filed before January 1, 1995 have the suffix "DR." After that date the cases have the suffix "CI." 

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