Illinois Public Records: How to order public records in IL

Illinois Department of Public Health has all information you may need already mapped out and easy to use of its site though they also offer walk-in services. You are able to search for, request copies of, and if this is the first time you are getting your records you are also able to obtain your original record from their office though calling ahead to set up an appointment or make sure you will have everything you will need would be suggested.

For walk-in services or if you wish to request or turn in a form to a representative in person walk-in services is available at:

Illinois Department of Public Health
Division of Vital Records
605 W. Jefferson St.
Springfield, IL 62702-5097

Walk-in services are only available during office hours which are:
Monday – Friday 8:30a.m. – 4:00p.m.

With their official easy to use website’s sorting system your time will not be wasted, the website is mapped out by Adoption, birth records, death records, Divorce Records, Genealogy, International Travel, marriage records and Surrogate Parentage making it easy to find what you are looking for fast. Illinois Department of Public Health’s Division of Vital Records official website is: http://www.idph.state.il.us/vitalrecords/index.htm

If you wish to ask a question directly or ask for forms to be sent to your residence the Department of public health allows the following e-mail to be used by the public: DPH.Vitals@illinois.gov

For the main Illinois Department of Public Health phone line contact:  (217) 782-6553 
To contact by fax: (217) 785-3209
For the hearing impaired their TTY number is:  (800) 547-0466 

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