My resource, Illinois Dept of Public Health, has separate forms (and separate applicant criteria) for those wanting to obtain IL birth certificates.
My offer is ONLY for Birth Certificates issued in Illinois AFTER Dec 31, 1915 – but BEFORE (today’s date), 75 years ago (approx 1938).
IF the birth certificate is for person who might still be alive – the birth certificate might not include parental information; it might just be a transcribed & computer-printed birth “verification”, as to date, name & city/county of record.
IF the birth certificate is for a person who is now deceased – AND you can provide me (by email, through Genlighten messaging) – - SOME “proof of death” * THEN I can obtain a complete (true) genealogical copy of the original Illinois birth certificate.
- “proof of death” – IL Dept of Public Health accepts the following “proofs”:
– death certificate (emailed/messaged copy ok);
– obituary (scan OR copied/pasted from online resources);
– www.findagrave.com citations/printouts;
– www.va.gov – nationwide gravesite locator – citations/printouts.