A FAQ about Idaho’s new law, which puts restrictions upon restrictions for adult adopted people who seek a copy of their own original birth certificates.
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Adult adoptees in Idaho do not have unrestricted access to their own original birth certificates. Access is available only by court order or conditionally through a state-operated “voluntary adoption registry.” Disclosure of an original birth certificate through the registry is subject to consent of the parties and may require the consent of both birth parents.