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Thanks to the Internet, states now have the ability to search through vast amounts of vital records. Utah marriage records are stored online and you can request a certified copy from the Utah Department of Health if the event occurred from 1978 until the present time. If the marriage took place at an earlier time, the Utah Division of Archives and Records will have that information. The fee for a records’ search from the Department of Health is $16 ($8 for each additional copy) and know that it takes approximately three weeks to deliver the results. Simply fill out the Marriage Request application form and send it with a check or money order to cover the fee to:

Utah Office of Vital Records
P.O. Box 141012
288 No. 1460 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-1012
Phone: (877) 648-9027

You’ll notice that the form has a place for you to state your relationship to one of the parties on the certificate. You’ll also need to send a copy of photo identification to prove you’re the person requesting the Utah marriage record copy. You’ll also have to provide certain information about the bride and groom such as the full names and the city or county where the marriage took place. Obtaining Utah marital records is similar to performing a background search on someone. It will reveal much information about the parties involved, including birth dates, previous marriages, parents, addresses, witnesses to the event and more. Marriage records are sometimes used to prove citizenship, but mostly they’re used to find ancestral information that leads to more data about the family tree.


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