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AdvancedBackgroundChecks.com can access almost 150 years of census records. The taking of the U.S. census is a valuable process performed by a fleet of workers every ten years. The census provides important information about the country’s population. It provides detailed accounts for population data and various demographics throughout the United States.

There have been 23 censuses performed in the United States. AdvancedBackgroundChecks can provide census information spanning from 1790 all the way through 1940. The first was in 1790 under the direction of Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson. 1940 is the most recent census with data that's available to the public. This is because of the 72-year rule. The rule states that no personally identifiable info will be released on any person until 72 years after it was collected. This helps to ensure anonymity and honesty when people answer the census, so you can know that you’re getting reliable data. See what you can learn by seeking out census data.

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Available census data covers more than 140 years. That’s over a century of records you can use to learn more about your own history. Find out about your ancestors by studying the census.

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Marital Status

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Birth Year

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State

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