County and District Clerks, Local Registrars, and Remote Access Issuance Listings

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List of County and District Clerks, Local Registrars and Remote Certificate Issuance Sites

List of County and District Clerks     List of Local Registrars List of Remote Birth Certificate Issuance Sites

Requests for certified copies of a Marriage License should be directed to the County Clerk's Office in which the the license was obtained (where it was purchased). Requests for certified copies of a Divorce Decree should be directed to the District Clerk's Office in which the divorce decree was filed.

Please call the County or District Clerk's Office in which the event occurred, in order to obtain specific fee information and written request requirements.

For a specific County or District Clerk address and telephone number, simply select the list of Counties:

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Requests for certified copies of Birth and Death Records may be directed to the Local Registration Office of the county in which the event occurred. Since all birth and death records are sent to the Local Registrar first and then sent to State Vital Statistics, you are encouraged to go to the Local Registrar for records of recent events (less than 6 months), especially if you need the birth or death certificate immediately. Each Local Registrar sets its own hours of operation, fees, and procedures for requests. Please call the Local Registrar's Office directly for this information.

To find a specific Local Registrar's address and telephone number, simply select the first letter of the county where you hope to obtain the record.

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Government Offices designated as Remote Birth Access sites are linked to Department of State Health Services/Texas Vital Statistics birth database. This allows you to get a birth certificate from where you live, instead of being limited to the state office or the vital records office in the county where the birth took place.

Each Remote Access Site sets its own hours of operation, fees, and procedures for requests. Please call the the office you plan to visit directly for this information. To see if there is a Remote Birth Access site near you, click on the first letter of the County where you hope to obtain the record.

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Last updated July 07, 2014