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Order Online or by Phone from VitalChek
ORDER ONLINE OR BY PHONE FROM VITALCHEK (OUR ONLY CONTRACTED VENDOR)
In a hurry? Order online or by phone with a credit card from VitalChek® network, our ONLY contracted vendor. VitalChek charges a $7.00 service fee, which is in addition to our agency fee. VitalChek verifies your identity, obtains ordering information and downloads your request directly to our office. UPS shipping is available for an additional charge and requires signature upon delivery. Please note: Regular mail may be selected as a shipping method for no additional cost.
VitalChek provides the option to order from the Florida Bureau of Vital Statistics or from the local health department in the county where the vital record event occurred. Please note: County Health Department fees vary.
To order, go to www.VitalChek.com or speak with a customer representative at 1-877-550-7330. If calling from outside of the United States, call 1-615-372-6800. If you should experience problems with the online ordering, please contact VitalChek® directly for assistance.
FOR PROCESSING TIMES AND ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS, PLEASE SELECT THE CERTIFICATES TAB ABOVE AND CHOOSE THE APPROPRIATE VITAL RECORD EVENT.
IF YOU CHOOSE TO USE ANOTHER VENDOR, please be cautious sharing your personal information. The Florida Bureau of Vital Statistics is NOT affiliated with any other vendors, nor can we guarantee the confidentiality of any data you provide to them. Once the vendor assists you in completing our application they must then place your order through VitalChek or mail the order to our office with our agency fee. Please note: All our applications are free and available for download on our website.
If you have already ordered through another vendor and feel you were party to an unfair business practice, you may consider filing a complaint with a consumer protection agency such as the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, the Office of the Attorney General, or the Better Business Bureau.