The Virginia Department of Health’s Division of Vital Records
announced a $2 increase in fees for a copy of a vital record, to
$12. The fee increase was authorized in the 2004 state budget.
Citizens are encouraged to visit the agency’s Web site for
information on how to obtain a copy of a birth certificate, death
certificate, marriage license or divorce record.
The Web site also contains the list of acceptable ID needed to get
a vital record, and directions to the Virginia office.
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