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According to Massachusetts Public Records Law, every government record in the state is acknowledged to be public unless it may be withheld under a specifically identified exemption. Public records in the state include, but not limited to, registers of births, deaths, adoptions, marriages, divorces, arrests, and criminal records. All record requests are subject to fees and the cost for each record varies from county to county and depends on which agency it is obtained. To get a copy of any state vital record, a vital record application form must be completed first.

Massachusetts Vital Records are stored in the Office of Health and Human Services specifically in the Registry of Vital Records. For records generated by state government, these are available at the Massachusetts Archives maintained by the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth. The processing time for public record entreaties depends on the amount of orders these agencies receive at a particular time. Usually, it takes days up to weeks.

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How to obtain Massachusetts the typical way?

Significant information that you need to provide when filling out the request form are:

  • Birth record requests – name of subject, date and place of birth, mother’s name, and father’s name
  • Marriage record requests – name of the husband and wife, and the date and place of marriage
  • Death record requests – name of deceased, spouse’s name, social security number if known, date and place of death, father’s name, and mother’’s name

As the requestor, please include your personal details in the form. Write your full name, address, and your phone number where you can be reached at. You must also state your relationship to the person named on the certificate and the reason of your request.

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