2010 Mississippi Code
Chapter 17 - Adoption, Change of Name, and Legitimation of Children.
93-17-207 - Release of nonidentifying information; persons eligible to receive; fee.

§ 93-17-207. Release of nonidentifying information; persons eligible to receive; fee.

(1)  The bureau or the agency shall release the nonidentifying information maintained as provided in Section 93-17-205 for a reasonable fee, including the actual cost of reproduction, to any of the following persons upon request made with sufficient proof of identity: 

(a) An adoptee eighteen (18) years of age or older; 

(b) An adoptive parent; 

(c) The guardian or legal custodian of an adoptee; or 

(d) The offspring or blood sibling of an adoptee if the requester is eighteen (18) years of age or older. 

(2)  Information released pursuant to subsection (1) of this section shall not include the name and address of the birth parent, the identity of any provider of health care to the adoptee or to the birth parent and any other information which might reasonably lead to the discovery of the identity of either birth parent. 

Sources: Laws,  1992, ch. 306, § 4, eff from and after July 1, 1992.

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