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From: BJ Abbott <>
Subject: Re: [ARPULASK] Arkansas Death Certificates
Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2008 12:21:28 -0700 (PDT)
EXPRESS SERVICE ORDERS
You may use a credit card, debit card, or checking account number for Express Service orders made by telephone or on the Internet.
To place an Express Service order by phone call toll free (866) 209-9482.
For Internet orders go to www.VitalChek.com
The "Express Service" fee and the original "search fee" are non-refundable if the record is not found. FedEx shipping is available for an additonal shipping fee. Call or click on the link shown above to verify VitalCheck and FedEx fees, as they may change without notice.
COST OF RECORDS
The cost of a certified death certificate is $10.00 for the first copy and $8.00 for each additional copy of the same record that is ordered at the same time. If no record is found or no copy is made, state law requires that we keep $10.00 for a search fee. You may request a refund of any amount paid over the required $10.00 search fee.
If you used the "Express Service" with a credit card, both the Express Sercvice fee and the search fee of $10.00 are not refundable. You may request a refund of any money, which was paid in excess of the combined search and Express Service fee.
We accept checks or money orders made out to Arkansas Department of Health. Please do not send cash in the mail.
You can download an application at this website: http://www.healthyarkansas.com/certificates/certificates.html#Death
Birth Records - Arkansas Vital Records has birth records dating from February 1, 1914 through the present. There are a limited number of birth records available prior to 1914. Those records were filed with Arkansas Vital Records after 1914. We also have original copies of some Little Rock and Fort Smith births dating from 1881.
Death Records - Arkansas Vital Records has death records dating from February 1, 1914 through the present. There are a limited number of death records available for deaths occurring between 1881 and 1914 in Little Rock and Fort Smith. The Arkansas History Commission keeps an alphabetical listing of deaths in Arkansas dating from 1914 through 1949, but they do not have the actual death records.
Marriage Records - Arkansas Vital Records has marriage records dating from January 1917. Marriages occurring before that date are not recorded in this office.
Divorce Records - Arkansas Vital Records has divorce records dating from January 1923. Divorces occurring before this date are not recorded in this office.
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Need assistance in obtaining copies of death certificates from State of Arkansas. I have ordered some, but have not received any.
Will gladly pay for the assistance.
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