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Skip to main content. Who may request a Death Certificate? What general information is required when requesting a Death Certificate? Typically, the person requesting a certified copy of a death record needs only to provide: 1.

Provide the applicable fee s noted below 3. State, jurisdiction or territory Unexpired official Identification Card issued by another U. State, jurisdiction or territory Unexpired U.

Passport Unexpired Foreign Passport U. Where can I request a Death Certificate? How can I request a Death Certificate? What are the requirements for correcting a Death Certificate? To correct the sex, race, origin, country of birth ONLY , citizen of what country, industry, occupation, employer, education, military, or inside city limits requires a signed statement from the funeral home director on their official letterhead.

The statement may also be obtained from the hospital or institution medical records. To correct the disposition information requires a signed statement from the funeral home shown on the death certificate.

Upson County, Georgia - Vital Records - Claims Pages

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