Thursday, August 29, 2013
Ancestry.com Opens Up Immigration Records For Long Weekend
Provo, Utah-based family history site Ancestry.com, in one of the company's occasional holiday promotions, has just opened up access to all of the company's immigration records, the company told customers today. The genealogy research site said that all of its immigration records will be open to anyone through September 2nd, allowing users to get access to historical records that would normally require a subscription. Ancestry.com frequently offers up slices of its data on holiday weekends, to give users a taste of the kinds of data it has in its vast storehouse of data. Ancestry.com said the free access is limited to immigration and travel records, and ends September 2, 2013 at midnight ET.