Vital Records Partner Information
Regarding Marriage Registrations

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Marriages were required to be filed with the State of Nebraska beginning in 1909.   This page has been established to provide County Clerks and Tribal Court Administrators responsible for registering marriage certificates access to the resources and information necessary to continue registering vital records in an accurate and timely manner.  Please SUBSCRIBE to this page to receive email updates when new information is added. 

HOT TOPICS!

  • If forms or paper is needed to print forms for marriage, Report of Adoptions, or death certificates, please email jackie.fairbanks@nebraska.gov or call 402.471.0919.  Please specify the type of form or paper you are needing.  For example, marriage form or marriage blue lined paper, death certificate form or death certificate blue lined paper, etc. Thank you!

  • Marriage Query Instructions 

  • Corrections vs. Amendments 

  • Instructions for changing the County Clerk's name on marriage certificate

  • Reminders for completing marriage certificates

  • According to Statute 71-614, "If no marriages were performed in the county during the preceding month, a card furnished by the department indicating such information shall be submitted on or before the fifth day of each month to the department."

    Vital Records is pleased to announce that effective December 1, 2010, you can now scan your card indicating no marriages and then email it or you can fax it instead of using regular mail.   In lieu of the "no records filed" card, you may email that information. Please email to DHHS.MarriageandDissolution@nebraska.gov or fax it to 402-742-8351.

  • Please remember after entering the marriage date in the system to mark the record complete on the complete tab and save the document.   Thank you!  


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Contact Vital Records Help Desk:
Phone: 402.471.8275
Email: DHHS.VitalRecords@nebraska.gov


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