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Government Records Michigan: Where to Obtain Government Records for the State of Michigan?

A record is a collection of information that is stored in a physical form or as a file in an electronic media. A government record is a record that is created, stored, transmitted or received by a government agency. Government Records for the State of Michigan constitute important documents such as birth and death records, vital health records, marriage and divorce records, arrest and jail records, etc. Under the information security Act in the United States, most of the government records are computerized and stored in online storage for record-keeping.

Life of a Government Record

A government record is valid from the date of creation. It is the most important document used for identity proof, address proof and it can be used for background checks by employers and house rental services. In the state of Michigan, most of the government records are public records. The Freedom of Information Act (under section 15.231 of Michigan Compiled Laws) grants the statutory right to access, copy and view public government records to the citizens of Michigan. Here are the ways to obtain Michigan Government records:

Michigan Government Records

Vital Records

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is responsible for the following government records namely
1. Birth records
2. Death records
3. Marriage records
4. Divorce records.
One can request a copy of these records by ordering online or send an application to send the record by mail. The processing fees for accessing and generating a copy of the record can be paid using debit or credit cards. One can also visit the MDHHS and submit a request at the following address:

333 S Grand Avenue,
1st floor,
Lansing,
MI 48933.

The office is open from 8 AM till 5 PM and the request should be placed before 3 PM every day

Phone: 517-335-8656
Email: VRCustomerService@michigan.gov
Website: https://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs
 
One can also contact the Michigan State Vital Records office to access public records that are older than 100 years at 201 Townsend Street, Capitol View Building, Lansing 48913

State Records

The Michigan State Records includes arrest warrant, arrest records, criminal record, court record, bankruptcies and Liens, property records, police reports, lawsuits, civil judgments, and jail inmate records. These government records can be accessed at the following website
https://michigan.staterecords.org/.

· To obtain these records one has to enter the first name, last name, and city in the edit boxes.
· If there are any government record associated with the name and the city, the search list will be populated
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Government Records Michigan

Adoption records

Adoption records in Michigan are not public records. But they can be obtained if the adoptee, the adopted child or the biological parents request for the same. One has to contact the Department of Human services that maintains these government records.
Central Adoption Registry
PO Box 30037
Lansing Michigan

Criminal Records

To request criminal records within the jurisdiction, one can visit the Michigan State Police’s criminal history records website (https://www.michigan.gov/msp/). The internet criminal history access tool is a specially created software assist that helps to search the criminal history database maintained by the Criminal Justice Information center Michigan.

Unless the requester is under judicial custody, almost all of the governing bodies allow the requesting person to access public records that are created by the state, counties, municipal and local agencies. If the record is public one can get request granted within 5 working days. If the government records access is denied, one can seek a court review of the denial.

Also, there are some statutory exemptions that restrict certain government records from being accessed by the general public. Section 15.231 of the state’s Freedom of Information Act lists the exemptions and the FOIA coordinator can refuse to disclose the government record to the general public if they come under the exempted list.

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