ACCEPTABLE PROOFS OF IDENTIFICATION FOR OBTAINING VITAL RECORDS
The Vital Records office reserves the right to accept or reject any documents presented to obtain a vital record.
PROOF OF IDENTIFICATION: Documentation issued by a Federal, State or Local Political Subdivision, Corporation, or other entity, that contains a photograph of the applicant and facts identifying the applicant or other documentary evidence establishing identity.Examples below include, but are not limited to.
|State issued ID Tribal Card||State issued Learner's permit Federal/State/Local Government ID|
|State issued Driver's License Visa||Pilot license VA Card|
|Concealed Carry Permit Permanent Resident Card||Passport card/Attorney bar card|
|CDL Work Permit||Inmate card Prison ID (valid for 6 months after release)|
|Interlock Consular ID||Military ID - Active, Retired, or Civilian Contractor|
A total of two or more of the following documents can be used in lieu of Government issued ID’s.
You must provide at least one document from list A and one document for list B. Expired documents will not be accepted. The department will keep a copy of the application and all alternative documents received.
|Professional regulated certifications (ex. liquor, medical, and cosmetology license)||Health Insurance/Medicaid/Medicare card|
|School record/transcript/report card - current school year||I-9: W-4 (completed from employee's file)|
|University/College/School ID - current school year||Car insurance/registration - current|
|Voter's Registration||Tribal enrollment documentation|
Documents in this list must have been issued within the last 30 days, and contain applicant’s name and current address unless otherwise noted.
|Utility bill||Bank statement|
|Signed release papers from jail/prison||W-2 - previous year|
|Paycheck stub||Traffic ticket - original document with signature|
|DMV Letter of application||Letter from parole or probation officer|