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UPDATE: 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 Emergency Declarations

The Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division is proposing to permanently adopt OAR 333-011-0338 relating to fees for vital records.  This rule 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 by reducing fees to $0.00 for up to three certified copies of records relating to or affected by the declared emergency. Fees that may be reduced include fees for searching for and obtaining certified copies of birth, death, marriage, divorce, domestic partnership, or dissolution of domestic partnership records.

Please see the notice of proposed rulemaking on how to provide public comment.

See below for FAQs related to Vital Records Fees for Oregonians affected by the Oregon Wildfires.


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