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Vital Records Fees for Oregonians Affected by Emergency Declarations

 Oregon State Vital Records Counters are CLOSED until further notice. 

Vital Records Fees for Oregonians Affected by a State or Federal Emergency Declaration

The Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division has adopted rule OAR 333-011-0338 relating to fees for vital records. This rule is effective on November 1, 2021 and applies to requests for records received on and after June 1, 2021. It is intended to relieve the burden of certain fees for copies of and searches for vital records for Oregonians who have experienced loss of property or life due to or associated with a state or federal emergency declaration.

The Center for Health Statistics Vital Records office may provide up to three (3) certified copies of a birth, death, marriage, divorce, domestic partnership or dissolution of domestic partnership record with a zero fee to eligible requests in connection with a state or federal emergency declaration.

Applicants must state the reason for ordering the record(s) as “Emergency Declaration" to qualify for the zero fee.

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