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MINNESOTA Public Death Records

The Minnesota Department of Health issues both certified and non-certified copies of a death certificate. These archives contain the death records of individuals who died within the state of Minnesota . Death certificates filed in Minnesota can be acquired either by mailing or faxing a request to the Minnesota Department of Health or by visiting any local registrar's office within the state in person.

For applications via fax or mail, download and print a Death Certificate Application Form. Fill up this application form for every record of a person that you are requesting. That is, if you intend to order a certificate of more than one person, fill out a separate application for the others.

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MINNESOTA Death Certificates

Along with the steps above, you also have to prove tangible interest. To do this, check the appropriate box on the form and have your signature notarized. Applications which are not notarized will also not be processed. This is not needed when ordering a non-certified copy of a death certificate.

You also need to complete the fee worksheet of the application form so that you will know how much you have to pay. Remember that applications without paid fees will not be processed. After everything is in order, draw a check or money order payable to Minnesota Department of Health. Minnesota law also provides that checks which are returned due to nonpayment will be charged $30, along with civil penalties.

Mail all the things above to this address:

Minnesota Department of Health
Central Cashiering - Vital Records
P.O. Box 64499
St. Paul , Minnesota 55164-0499

Or fax it to 651-291-0101. When faxing, include your credit card number and expiration date.

Applications will be processed in a matter of 4-6 weeks.

If you intend to make the request in person, you have to go to any local registrar office within the state because the Department of Health no longer accepts walk-in applicants. You can go to any local registrar office, but if the certificate you are looking for is dated prior to 1900, you have to go to the office of the specific county where the death took place.

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Minnesota Territory

 

State of Minnesota:

Spoken Language:

  • English

Capital: Saint Paul

Largest City: Minneapolis

Leading Causes of Death:

  • Heart Disease
  • Cancer
  • Stroke
  • Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases
  • Injuries
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Alzheimer's Disease

Published by:
http://www.cdc.gov


 
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