P. O. Box 148, NORTON, Vermont 5907
Norton Vital Records
Norton Vital Records

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Norton Vital Records
Norton Vital Records
0.6 miles from you
P. O. Box 148, NORTON, Vermont 5907

Office Description

When applying for a birth certificate, death certificate, marriage certificate, or divorce certificate copy, keep in mind that not every vital records office offers a comprehensive range of services. Some offices may also have a limited date range available. Call Norton Vital Records before you apply to make sure they have access to the vital records you need. If they do not, please select another office from our directory.

Each vital records office has its own fees, wait times, and processing times. Before visiting Norton Vital Records, be sure to complete the correct application form and bring a government-issued photo ID and proof of residency. To avoid standing in line for hours, try to arrive early, as soon as they open.

Processing times vary by location, and you may get your records directly or they may be mailed to the address listed on your application. this website contains information on state processing times, so you can find out when to expect your records.

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Working Hours
Monday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed
Services Available
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Birth Certificate State Fee
10$
Death Certificate State Fee
10$

Frequently Asked Question

What documents do you need to apply for a birth certificate in Vermont?

In order to apply for a copy of your birth certificate online, you will have to prove your identity by presenting a photocopy of your ID to the Vermont Health Department. Driving license or state photo ID can be used as proof of ID.
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How long does it take to get your birth certificate in Vermont?

Processing times differ between offices, but you should expect to receive your vital records in Vermont 10 to 20 business days.
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Why do you need a birth certificate?

A birth certificate is a legal document provided by your state of birth. It is required in order to prove your identity whenever you apply to obtain some important documents like passport or marriage license.
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