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All vital records are crucial documents, thus the word ‘vital’. These are legal archives and are therefore used for licit purposes. However, its uses have quite extended to a newer dimension today. One of which it is widely used aside from legal matters is in the light of background screening and investigation. Marriage records, for instance, are used to scrutinize the background such as the past marital status of an individual in question. In Georgia, procuring marriage certificates will cost around $10. To file your request, you have to secure and complete an application form first.

Georgia’s Department of Health is the central repository for all the state’s vital records. Certified copies of marriage certificates from June 9, 1952 to 1996 are available at the Department’s Vital Records Section. For marriages recorded outside these range of years, you have to contact the Circuit Clerk or the Probate Judge in the county where the license was issued. The processing time for such record entreaty is about two to five business days.


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Although counter service is available at the state’s office, obtaining the record manually may be inconvenient to some of you. If so, you can try doing the record search over the computer with the aid of the Internet. Simply look for online record solutions and expect to get the results in no time.

Guidelines that you must follow when requesting for a Georgia marriage record:

  • Print the application form.
  • Fill it out in its entirety with all the necessary details asked.
  • Prepare the search payment of $10. For extra copies, you have to pay $5 each.
  • For multi-year search, a payment of $10 is requisite.

Significant information that you have provide in the application form are the following:

  • Groom’s full name
  • Bride’s full name
  • Date of marriage (month, day, year)
  • Place of marriage (city, county)
  • The number of copies requested

Once everything is ready, send your order to either the Department of Health or the relevant County Clerk’s Office. Requesting for a record can be done through mail or walk-in method. Should you wish to place your order via mail, don’t forget to send the corresponding fee through check or money order.

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