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  1. How to request a certified record by mail. How to request a certified record in person at the State Vital Records Office. How to request a commemorative certificate. How to request a certificate of nonviable birth. The following records are available at County Registrar offices.

  2. Jan 15, 2024 · Iowa Death Databases - Includes Index Only: 1850-1990 - At Free; index to death and burial records from the state of Iowa. Microfilm copies of original records are available at the FamilySearch Library and at some FamilySearch Centers.

  3. Personal Records. How Do I Get Marriage, Birth, and Death Records? You may request certified copies of birth, marriage and death records by telephone, in-person, online, or through the postal service. Personal Records. How Do I Get Immunization Records for My Child?

  4. Official State of Iowa Website Here is how you know. Agencies A-Z Programs & Services. Health & Human Services. Search. Menu. ... Vital Records Portals. Death Registration Portal. IVES Support. Birth Registration Portal. Termination of Pregnancy Portal. County Recorders' Portal.

  5. Certificate of Fetal Death FORM; Guide for Completing Iowa's Certificate of Fetal Death; Live Birth vs Fetal Death flow chart; Live Birth vs Fetal Death - Code and Instructions; Notice: Certificate of Birth Resulting in Stillbirth; The Certificate of Fetal Death must be printed on the special registration paper.

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    Vital Records. Death Records. *To ensure same day service of Vital Records, you must be in the office by 3:30pm.* Death Certificates for insurance policies, estate settlement, real estate transfers etc… To obtain a raised seal certified copy of a death certificate you can write to us or come into the office.

  7. Each certified copy is $15.00. Those requesting certified copies must prove entitlement (immediate family) before acquiring a copy. Deaths from 1954 to the current date are available electronically in all counties in Iowa, regardless of where the event occurred.

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