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Contact Preference Forms for Parents of Adopted Child Born in Alabama

Contact Preference Forms for Parents of Adopted Child Born in Alabama

 

INSTRUCTIONS: CONTACT PREFERENCE AND MEDICAL HISTORY FORM FOR BIRTH PARENT(S) OF ADOPTED CHILDREN BORN IN ALABAMA (Forms HS-86/HS-87)

 

 

Birth parents who give up their child for adoption in Alabama use a form HS-86 to indicate their preference about allowing their child to view their contact preference and medical history form, which is form HS-87. Both documents are part of one package available on the website of the Alabama Department of Public Health.

 

Contact Preference And Medical History Form For Birth Parent(s) Of Adopted Children Born In Alabama HS-86/HS-87 Step 1: The first page contains instructions.

 

Contact Preference And Medical History Form For Birth Parent(s) Of Adopted Children Born In Alabama HS-86/HS-87 Step 2: The second page is form HS-86, which is used to request that your contact preference and medical history form be placed with the child's original birth certificate and provided to them upon request. Sign and date the bottom of the page.

 

Contact Preference And Medical History Form For Birth Parent(s) Of Adopted Children Born In Alabama HS-86/HS-87 Step 3: Print your name, enter your phone number, and provide your complete address.

 

Contact Preference And Medical History Form For Birth Parent(s) Of Adopted Children Born In Alabama HS-86/HS-87 Step 4: Form HS-87 begins on the next page. Indicate with a check mark whether you are the birth mother or father. 

 

Contact Preference And Medical History Form For Birth Parent(s) Of Adopted Children Born In Alabama HS-86/HS-87 Step 5: Enter the date on which you are completing this form.

 

Contact Preference And Medical History Form For Birth Parent(s) Of Adopted Children Born In Alabama HS-86/HS-87 Step 6: Enter the date of the child's birth, indicate their sex with a check mark, give the county or city of birth, and provide the mother's name as shown on the birth certificate.

 

Contact Preference And Medical History Form For Birth Parent(s) Of Adopted Children Born In Alabama HS-86/HS-87 Step 7: Indicate with a check mark whether you would like to be contacted by your child directly, through an intermediary or not at all.

 

Contact Preference And Medical History Form For Birth Parent(s) Of Adopted Children Born In Alabama HS-86/HS-87 Step 8: Provide you and your family's medical history on the remainder of the form.

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Form AL Marriage License Application – Groom

Form AL Marriage License Application - Groom

 

INSTRUCTIONS: STATE OF ALABAMA MARRIAGE APPLICATION, GROOM

In some counties in Alabama, a bride and groom who wish to marry must submit separate marriage license applications rather than filing a joint application for marriage. The application discussed here is for a groom and can be obtained from several different purposes. This form in particular can be obtained from the website of the Madison County Probate Judge's Office.

State of Alabama Marriage Application, Groom Step 1: Enter your first, middle and last name on the separate lines where indicated.

State of Alabama Marriage Application, Groom Step 2: Under the section marked "Current Residence," enter your full address, including telephone number, street address, city name, county, state and zip code. There is a question asking whether you live within city limits. Circle "yes" or "no."

State of Alabama Marriage Application, Groom Step 3: Under "Birth Information," write the month, date and year of your birth. Circle the form of identification you have to verify your age. The options listed are "Military ID," "Driver's License," "P+V," or "birth certificate."

State of Alabama Marriage Application, Groom Step 4: Under "Personal Information," circle "Black," "White," "Asian," "Hispanic" or "American Indian," whichever best describes your race. Enter your Social Security number where indicated.

State of Alabama Marriage Application, Groom Step 5: Under "Education level," enter a number from 1 to 16 describing the last grade you completed. Numbers 1 through 12 refer to elementary, middle and high school, while 13 to 16 refer to the four years it takes to obtain a bachelor's degree.

State of Alabama Marriage Application, Groom Step 6: Enter the full name of your mother and father where indicated.

State of Alabama Marriage Application, Groom Step 7: Enter the number that this marriage will be. If you have been previously married, indicate whether your last marriage ended in divorce, annulment, death or dissolution by circling the appropriate option.

State of Alabama Marriage Application, Groom Step 8: If you are under 18 years of age, list the name and city and state of your guardian. This person must give consent for the wedding to take place.

State of Alabama Marriage Application, Groom Step 9: Submit this application along with the bride's application at your local probate court. 

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