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  1. It is the second-largest county in New Mexico by area, after Catron County. Socorro County ranges in elevation from approximately 4,528 ft (1,380 m) on the banks of the Rio Grande to 10,784 ft (3,287 m) at the top of South Baldy peak in the Magdalena Mountains. The southern portion of the Rocky Mountains extend into New Mexico and Socorro County.

  2. The New Mexico Corrections Department Offender Information is intended to provide law enforcement agencies and the general public with information about offenders who are incarcerated or on probation and/or parole supervision. You must know an offender’s first and/or last name or NMCD Number to begin the search process.

  3. Generally, The New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, under the New Mexico Department of Health, is the record custodian for birth and death records.County clerk's act as the record custodians for marriage and divorce records. Persons sending a request to either of these record custodians must present a valid, government ...

  4. New Mexico public records dates back to the year 1621, and comes from all 33 counties in New Mexico. Online public records through governmental and third party websites has become increasingly available due to the standardization of public record digitization; a process that began in the late 80s.

  5. New Mexico State Plan Office . The New Mexico State Plan applies to all private and public places of employment in the state with the exception of federal government workers including those employed by the United State Postal Service; maritime industries (long shoring, ship building, and ship breaking); mining operations; employment on military bases; Indian reservations; or areas of exclusive ...

  6. harding county so mosquero: law enforcement applicant / employee: nm0110100: ... 22-10a-5 school employment: nm931155z: new mexico military institute: 22-10a-5 ...

  7. Death Certificates. New Mexico death certificates are restricted access records. State law restricts access to death certificates to the deceased registrant's (also called decedent) immediate family members or those who represent tangible proof of legal interest in the requested record.

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