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April 12, 24

NEWS / MI country scholarship program offers discounts for vital record retrieval


Kalamazoo County, Michigan, announced a new pilot scholarship program aimed at covering some or all of the costs of retrieving vital records for those in need. The Vital Records Scholarship Program covers birth certificates, marriage licenses, and death certificates.

To apply for the program, individuals would need to file a signed letter confirming indigence from a qualifying local social security agency. Among those agencies are Cradle Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Gospel Ministries, and Open Doors Kalamazoo.

Kalamazoo County Clerk Meredith Place was also quoted by WMUK News as stating that the scholarship will also assist with housing and school enrollment. The program is sponsored by Kalamazoo Community Foundation.

A&M Logos International can also assist you with the retrieval of vital records from any US state or locality. We can also apostille and authenticate your document for use in any country around the world. Call us today at (212) 233-7061 or e-mail us at info@apostille.us. You can also apply on our website.



 




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