Idaho Marriage Records

Idaho marriage records are maintained by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, beginning in 1947 until 1960. After that year, each county in Idaho became responsible for recording its own vital records. You can find out more about searching for the county in which the event took place by writing or calling:
Idaho Dept. of Health and Welfare
450 West State St.
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: (208) 334-0668

When you receive an Idaho marital record it will usually contain the date of the marriage, the location where the event took place and the full names of those listed on the certificate. Most information about the marriage is considered confidential for fifty years so if you want a copy of a certificate of marriage that took place during that time span you’ll need to provide proof that you’re somehow related to a person listed in the marriage. You’ll also need to provide acceptable identification to prove that you’re related. There’s a $13 search fee for each Idaho marriage record that you request and you must supply the full names on the certificate, date and city where the marriage took place, how you’re related to the person (including proof), why you want the copy of the certificate and a return address where the certificate can be mailed.


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Idaho Marriage License Records

If you’re searching through Idaho marriage records for genealogy reasons, it can be a wealth of information for you. Besides proving that an individual was at a certain place during a certain time period, you can also reveal birth dates of the bride and groom, their parents’ full names and witnesses. Previous addresses might also be found. Marriage certificate information might also be valuable for legal purposes, such as proving immigration or that a relative was married to a certain person. Such data should be accurate and complete – no matter what purpose you want it for. Sometimes state records aren’t as thorough or complete as you would like. For that reason, Internet search services now provide more satisfying results. You simply pay a reasonable fee online and the powerful search engines go to work immediately to reveal information that you might never receive if you go through a state-based search. The databases available to these online search sites are enormous and can uncover much more data in a short amount of time. Usually, the results of an Internet search are available within minutes and sent to your computer as a finished report. If no Idaho marital record is found, you pay nothing. You don’t have to prove that you’re related to the couple involved and there is no need to provide identification or a reason why you’re searching for the record. To find out more about how Internet search sites can help you find Idaho marriage records, click on the link.

District of Columbia Criminal Records

The District of Columbia only allows those people who are eligible, such as a parent or a guardian of a juvenile or a spouse of a person who has committed the crime. They will release copies of records for people who live in District of Columbia and are qualified to perform the search. Otherwise, you’ll need a clearance and that can take six to eight weeks and require that you be fingerprinted. If you need more information about requesting District of Columbia criminal records from the state, send a request with your name to:

Henry J. Daly Bldg.
MPDC Headquarters
300 Indiana Ave., NW
Rm. 3075
Washington, D.C. 20001
Phone: (202) 727-9099

District of Columbia Criminal
Records Public Access

Since you have to go through a great deal of research and paperwork to access the District of Columbia arrest records, you may want to consider going through an online, private search site to find the information you’re seeking. These sites can quickly and easily cut through the red tape that an individual has to go through to get records and delivers the data to you almost immediately. This hassle-free method is worth the fee if you want to ensure that you get a report that’s thorough and get it in a short span of time. In fact, after you submit the data to one of these search sites, you’re likely to get the information you requested within minutes. Just provide an email address, and the report will be sent directly to that computer.

Criminal Records District of Columbia

Another great feature of using an online search site is that they have the extensive databases and far-reaching search engines that can find data you might not receive through a state-based search. They can quickly cross-reference data through various states and let you know if someone might be using an A.K.A. (Also Known As) when they perpetuate their crimes. Basically, you save time and effort by going through a private, online service rather than deal with the red tape that most states put you through before you can access criminal records. Legal professionals, genealogists and others who have to look up vast amounts of information in a short amount of time use these services on a constant basis. They also need to be sure of the accuracy of the report, and with these services, you can be sure that every effort was made to deliver the most accurate and up-to-date information available. Today, there are people who come into our lives and lie with the intention of defrauding us of our money, emotions or to wreak some other havoc in our lives. Don’t let that happen to you. To find out more about how an online search service can help to search through District of Columbia criminal records, click on the link.