Where can I get a copy of my divorce decree in Illinois?

Where can I get a copy of my divorce decree in Illinois?

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), Division of Vital Records does not issue certified copies of dissolution of marriage records. Certified copies are available from the circuit court clerk in the county where the dissolution of marriage was granted.

How do I find marriage records in Illinois?

Illinois County clerks are the official custodians of all marriage records recorded in Illinois counties. To obtain copies of marriages, write the appropriate county clerk and include in your letter all of the information on the marriage.

Do arrests show up on background checks Illinois?

Criminal background checks. Employers can’t ask about your arrest record. They cannot use this information in hiring. Federal and state law also prevents employers from asking job applicants about criminal history that has been expunged, sealed, or subject to executive clemency or pardon.

How do I find someone’s rap sheet?

To get a record of prosecution, or “rap” sheet, you need to access the person’s criminal records through state or local government. You can usually do this online, by mail, or in person at the relevant agency. Each jurisdiction handles the process differently.

Are rap sheets public record?

This is an official record of your criminal history. Rap sheets, unlike court records, are confidential. They are only accessible by certain people, including law enforcement officers, judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, state licensing agencies, government employers, and you.

How far back does an FBI background check go?

7 – 10 years