Military discharge documents may be recorded in the Register of Deeds office to ensure safe keeping of the documents. There is no fee for recording these records and certified copies can be obtained from this office at no charge subject to the following provisions.
Effective January 1, 2004, all military discharge documents filed in the Register of Deeds office shall be considered a public record with restricted access.
Authorized parties who may record and/or request copies of military discharge documents include:
When recording or requesting a copy of a military discharge, forms adopted by the NC Register of Deeds Association and the Division of Veteran Affairs must be completed and presented by an authorized party.
We cannot accept requests for copies by mail.
Please contact the district service officer of the North Carolina Division of Veterans
Affairs: 2511 Neudorf Road, Suite 1
Clemmons, NC 27012