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New Mexico Public Records

Certificate Information

New Mexico's Department of Health runs the Vital Records and Health Services department which handles most of the states records and statistics for births and deaths. Birth and death records are available from 1919 to present. Prior to 1919 there was no central source for health related records by state or county government so records are difficult to find.

Birth records become public records 100 years after the date of birth while death records become public records 50 years after the date of death. Each certified copy costs $10 dollars for birth records and $5 dollars for death certificates, payable to "New Mexico Vital Records". Expedited service it not available by mail and the state department does not take credit cards.

New Mexico Vital Records
Post Office Box 26110
Santa Fe, NM 87502

• Birth Certificate Application Form (PDF)
• Death Certificate Application Form (PDF)

The state vital records department does not handle any marriage or divorce records. All records must be obtained from the County Clerk in the county where the license or decree was issued.

Adoption Records

New Mexico adoption records become sealed after the completion of all adoption proceedings. The state does have a program called the Confidential Intermediary Search Program where sealed records can be opened by a state appointed intermediary.

Central Adoption Unit
P.O. Drawer 5160
Santa Fe, NM 87502-5160
(505) 841-7949

Property Records

Property and parcel records are handled by various departments within the county government in which the parcel resides. Depending on the county either the county assessor, treasurer, or clerk may maintain the online search tools to look up tax records, property history, land use or ownership.

• Bernalillo County Property Search
• Dona Ana County Tax Research
• Santa Fe County Document Image Search
• San Juan County Records Search
• Sandoval County Tax Account Search

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Death Certificates

New Mexico death certificates are restricted access records. State law restricts access to death certificates to the deceased registrant's (also called decedent) immediate family members or those who represent tangible proof of legal interest in the requested record.

Immediate Family means any of the following: mother, father, sibling, child, current spouse, or maternal or paternal grandparent. Paternal grandparent is eligible if father is listed on the vital record.

Death certificates become public records fifty (50) years after the date of death.


Important Notice

We only issue certificates for individuals whom have died the state of New Mexico. Please see the Vital Records Reference by State to find out where to obtain death certificates for other states. To request a New Mexico death certificate, please continue reading below.


Request Online or by Phone

New Mexico Vital Records does not accept credit cards or online orders.  However, you may order birth certificates and death certificates online through our independent partner company.

VitalChek is our authorized expediting service.

We do not accept credit cards or online orders; however, for your convenience, you may apply online through VitalChek, an independent company that we have partnered with to provide you this service.

We are now offering two options for ordering certificates through VitalChek. Customers can either order with 3-5 business day processing and Next Day Air delivery by UPS costing $44.50 (birth certificate) or $39.50 (death certificate) or by choosing the option with 3-5 business day processing with regular U. S. Mail delivery costing $26.00 (birth certificate) or $21.00 (death certificate).

VitalChek can be reached either through the VitalChek Express Certificate Service or by phone at 877-284-0963. All major credit cards are accepted, including American Express®, Discover®, MasterCard® or Visa®.

NOTE:You will be re-routed to VitalChek's secure website for order processing and payment. Additional service and shipping fees apply.


Request by Mail

When requesting a death certificate via the mail, you can either fill out the form and mail it in, or send a letter with specific information.

NOTE:A photocopy of your government issued photo ID is required with this application.

Fill Out Form

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Print out the Death Record Search Application form and fill out all required fields. We also have a Spanish Version of the form.

Write a Letter

Instead of filling out the form, you can alternately write a letter with the following information.

  • The decedent’s name.
  • Date of death.
  • City of death. Include county if known.
  • The decedent's Social Security Number, if known.
  • The name of the mortuary in charge of final arrangements.
  • Requestor's relationship to the person on the death certificate.
  • The purpose for which you are requesting the death certificate.
  • Your name and signature.
  • Your mailing address.

NOTE:A photocopy of your government issued photo ID is required with this application.

Always Use Your Physical Address

If you receive your mail at a post office box, please include a physical street address for our internal files.

Don't Forget to Include the Fee

The non-refundable search fee is $5 per certified copy if record is on file. Please make your certified check or money order payable to "New Mexico Vital Records" in the exact amount. Do not send cash.

Mail the Form or Letter with Fee

Please mail (do not email) your request along with the correct fee to:

New Mexico Vital Records
P.O. Box 25767
Albuquerque, NM 87125


Request in Person

Applicant must present current government issued picture identification and complete a search application. The search fee for a death certificate is $ 5.00 per certificate.

Santa Fe

Bureau of Vital Records & Health Statistics

2554 Camino Entrada
Santa Fe, NM 87505

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:00pm

505-827-0121 (Phone)
1-866-534-0051 (Toll Free)

NOTE:Public Health Offices do not issue death certificates. Death certificates can only be obtained through the Santa Fe office.

Sours: https://prod.nmhealth.org/
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Genealogy Center

Death & Birth Records

The Genealogy Center has copies of many death certificates for New Mexicans between about 1907 and 1950 and these are available to the public. The years vary by counties. These death certificates are available on a local area network at the Genealogy Center and on microfilm. Volunteers from the Albuquerque Genealogical Society, the New Mexico Genealogical Society, and throughout the United States recently completed a project to index these certificates.

New Mexico Vital Records and Health Statistics was created in 1919.  Prior to this time, birth and death records were collected by a variety of institutions, including counties and churches. Both birth and death certificates for New Mexicans may be requested from the State Vital Records Office in Santa Fe in person, by mail, or online.  Birth certificates may also be requested in person at the Albuquerque office at 2400 Wellesley Dr NE.

The Genealogy Center has delayed birth records for New Mexicans on microfilm from about 1871 to 1895.

You may also want to consider using church records.  Mortuary and cemetery records and obituaries or birth announcements may also be available either online or in print.

Search our catalog for the many New Mexico vital record books, including indexes of civil death records and church burial and baptismal records, available at the Genealogy Center.

  • NM Death & Delayed Birth Records
    A summary list of NM death certificates and delayed birth records available on microfilm and on the local area network at the Genealogy Center.
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New Mexico Death Records

New Mexico Death Records Search

In New Mexico, the Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics of the New Mexico Department of Health is responsible for maintaining and issuing the records of all deaths that occur in the state of New Mexico. The New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics maintains New Mexico Death Records of 1920-present. New Mexico Death Certificates are not publicly available. Only the immediate family members of the deceased or people with a tangible interest in the record are allowed to request for and obtain certified death records in New Mexico. That being said, NM death records can be viewed, not obtained, by the general public as they are public record.

Who Can Request Certified New Mexico Death Records

  • A parent of the deceased
  • Siblings of the deceased
  • Adult children of the deceased
  • Adult grandchildren of the deceased
  • The deceased?s maternal or paternal grandparents

Provided you?re eligible for it, you can obtain New Mexico Death Records in a number of ways including in person, by mail and online. Following is how you can obtain death records in New Mexico via each method.

Certified New Mexico Death Records

The first way of requesting for and obtaining death records in New Mexico is in person. To make an in person request for death records in New Mexico, visit a local New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics office, complete the search application, present a copy of a valid photo ID, and pay the nominal fee.

New Mexico Death Records By Mail

The second way for you to request for and obtain death records in New Mexico is by mail. In order to make a mail request for the death record you need, complete and mail a Death Record Search Application along with a copy of a valid photo ID and a self-addressed envelope to:

New Mexico Vital Records P.O. Box 25767 Albuquerque, NM 87125

In addition to the above, you need to mail a pay order or check for the fee. If you don?t want to fill out the form, you can make a request for the death record you need by writing a letter to the Vital Records division of the New Mexico Department of Health. Following is the information your letter should contain:

  • The name of the deceased
  • The date of death
  • The city of death including county
  • The social security number of the deceased (if known)
  • Your relationship to the deceased
  • Your name and signature
  • The purpose of making the request
  • Your mailing address

New Mexico Death Records Online

The final way to request for and obtain death records in New Mexico is online. The New Mexico Department of Health provides death records online through Vitalcheck, the authorized expediting service. To make an online request for the death record you need, go to the website of Vitalcheck and follow the instructions mentioned there.

Another way to request for and obtain New Mexico Death Records is online through public databases. To find out more, contact the New Mexico Division of Vital Records by calling them at 505-827-0121.

New Mexico Death Records


New Mexico Death Record FAQs

Can I get a copy of a New Mexico death record?

Yes, if you are immediate family you can obtain a certified copy of a New Mexico death record, which is usually a government stamped certifcate that can be used for legal purposes.

Are New Mexico deaths ublic record?

Yes, New Mexico death records are public record that anyone can view however, only immediate family can obtain a certified copy of a NM death certificate unless directed by a court order.

What New Mexico department records death records?

The New Mexico Department of health is the state agency in charge of recording and archiving New Mexico vital records which include death records, birth records and marriage records.


Author: SQAdmin
Last Updated: November 17, 2020

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Online New Mexico Death Records & Indexes

Online New Mexico Death Indexes and Death CertificatesNew Mexico Death Records Indexes, Obituaries and Cemeteries by County
  • Belen: see the Valencia County section below
  • Bernalillo County and Albuquerque...
  • Catron County: Mogollon Cemetery Archives
  • Chaves County...
  • Doña Ana County...
  • Eddy County - Assorted Indexes (Eddy County GenWeb Site) includes indexes to birth, marriage, death, cemetery and probate records
  • Grant County...
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  • Las Cruces: see Doña Ana County above
  • Lea County Cemeteries
  • Lincoln County...
    • Some Cemetery Records from Chaves and Lincoln Counties, New Mexico digitized microfilm from FamilySearch (click on the camera icon to access the digital images); includes these Chaves County Cemeteries: South Park Cemetery (Roswell), and Eden Valley Cemetery (Roswell); and these Lincoln County Cemeteries: Angus Cemetery, White Oaks Cemetery, Lincoln Cemeteries, Tinnie Cemetery, Picacho Cemetery, Glencoe Cemetery, Capitan Cemetery, San Patricio Cemetery, and Hondo Cemetery (compiled 1956-1957 by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Roswell Chapter)
    • Lincoln County Cemeteries also has a death index, 1913-1919; and other indexes
    • Lincoln County: Catholic Funeral Records from St. Rita Parish, Carrizozo Nov 1897-April 1956
    • Lincoln County Clerk Probate Records Index Search also has indexes for marriage and property records
  • Los Alamos County: Los Alamos Monitor Obituaries Index, 1963-2000
  • McKinley County Register of Deaths, 1907-1935 digitized book from FamilySearch (not indexed)
  • Otero County...
  • Roosevelt County Deaths, 1909-1918
  • Roswell: see Chaves County above
  • San Juan County...
  • Santa Fe County...
  • Sierra County...
  • Socorro County...
  • Taos County...
  • Valencia County...
  • Rio Abajo Area of Central New Mexico - Burial Records (downloadable research papers - large PDF files) includes:
    • A Compilation of Burial Records of the Central New Mexico Villages of Tome, San Fernando, Los Enlames, Valencia, Peralta, Casa Colorada and Manzano - Vol I (covers 1793-1846)
    • A Compilation of Burial Records of The Central New Mexico Villages of Tome, Valencia, Peralta, El Cerro, San Fernando, Los Enlames, La Constancia and Casa Colorada - Vol II (covers 1847-1920)
    • Burial Records From New Mexico's Rio Abajo: Tome and Associated Villages - Vol III (covers 1921-1956)
  • A note on FamilySearch digitized microfilm: A select few links are included here for some digitized New Mexico church, cemetery or death records. You may want to do a place search in the FamilySearch catalog to see what other records they have for New Mexico: FamilySearch Catalog. Accessing digitized microfilm online from FamilySearch requires free registration. Some images may only be available for viewing at Family History Centers or affiliated libraries.
Ordering New Mexico Birth and Death Certificates (fees and restrictions apply) Also... New Mexico Genealogy Records at Ancestry (requires payment)
includes census records, cemetery burials, military records, vital records and more
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