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The funeral director initiates the death registration process by gathering personal and demographic information about the deceasedthis responsibility makes the funeral director the anchor of the death registration system.
A Cremation Authorization Form must be signed by the legal next of kin. Once the cremation has been correctly authorized, the funeral director can obtain the cremation permit. Illinois has a mandatory legal waiting period of 24 hours before the actual cremation can occur.
You may contact the county clerk where the event occurred.
Medical Examiner or Coroner The medical examiner/coroner will either complete the cause-of-death section of the death certificate or waive that responsibility. If the medical examiner/coroner does not accept the case, then the certifier will need to complete the cause-of-death section.
(2) The medical certification shall be completed and signed within 48 hours after death by the physician in charge of the patients care for the illness or condition which resulted in death, except when death is subject to the coroners or medical examiners investigation.
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Be advised that the processing time for requests is approximately 12 weeks from the time your paperwork is received. You will not receive an update from IDPH during the processing time. You may contact the county clerk where the event occurred. To order online, visit VitalChek Network.
Contact the Illinois Department of Public Health-Vital Records for corrections. Cost: $25 for the first certified copy, $10 for each additional copy of the same record, but only when purchased at the same time. Each time you order, the first copy costs $25.
Qualifications. Illinois death certificates are only available to those who have a personal or property right interest with the deceased. If you are not a relative of the deceased, a letter or document from the office or agency that needs the death certificate must accompany the request.

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