Are marriage records public in NYC?

A Marriage Record older than 50 years from today’s date is considered a historic record and is available to the general public. You may request a Marriage Record that is older than 50 years either by mail only as described above or by visiting our Record Room Division in our Manhattan office with the appropriate fee.

How can you find out if someone is married in Arizona?

How do I find marriage records in Arizona? Interested parties who wish to obtain copies of marriage records in the state of Arizona may do so by contacting the clerk of the superior court for the county where the marriage occurred.

Where can I get a New York City marriage record?

To request a record from 1996 to present, you can go to any City Clerk borough office. You can pay by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express) or money order made payable to the City Clerk. You will receive your marriage record on the same day if all documentation is presented.

Where can I find New York City Court records?

Rather, they are generated and maintained by the New York City Police Department, if the arrest was made in New York City; or by the local Police Department, if the arrest was made outside of New York City. They also may be maintained by the District Attorney’s Office that prosecuted the case.

Where to file criminal records in Jefferson County NY?

Please note all documents must be originals. Criminal Proceedings can be initiated by an attorney, local court or the District Attorney’s office. The Jefferson County Clerk’s Office is also where the NYS (Jefferson County) Supreme and County Courts file criminal records. Only felony convictions are filed here in this office.

How to get a no record letter in NYC?

To obtain the “no record” letter, you would have to visit the Manhattan’s City Clerk Office and file a search application. There is a $5 fee, that is payable by credit card or with a money order made payable to the City Clerk.