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  • Birth Certificates

    Request a certified copy of a birth certificate issued by the State of Connecticut. You may request it either by mail, online via VitalChek. If you are requesting a birth certificate for someone other than yourself or your child, you will need to submit proof verifying your relationship to the person whose birth certificate you are requesting.

    Agency: Department of Public Health
  • Connecticut Town Vital Records

    A complete listing of Connecticut Vital Records Offices alphabetically, by town name. The vital records registrar in each town is responsible for maintaining the original certificate for all births, marriages, civil unions, deaths and fetal deaths that occur within its town.

    Agency: Department of Public Health
  • Marriage Licenses

    You and your spouse-to-be must appear in person at a local vital records office to obtain a marriage license. The marriage license is issued to ensure that you and your spouse-to-be are eligible to be married. 

    Agency: Department of Public Health
  • Vital Records Applications and Forms

    Applications from both the State Vital Records Office and from the town/city where the event occurred. This includes applications for a copy of birth, death, marriage and civil union. Also find, applications for an Apostille, a directory of Connecticut Superior Courts as well as a Connecticut Town Clerk and Registrar directory.

    Agency: Department of Public Health
  • Vital Records FAQs

    Citizens can find answers to the most frequently asked questions surround obtaining, applying for a copy of, and otherwise accessing state vital records and more.

    Agency: Department of Public Health
  • Vital Records Office

    Statewide registry of all births, marriages, civil unions, deaths, and fetal deaths.

    Agency: Department of Public Health