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Guest Services[edit | edit source]

Research specialists are available to answer your research questions in person when you visit the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Our professional research specialists are either Accredited or Certified as Genealogists. To request assistance with your family history research, go to the B1 International floor, the B2 British floor, or the U.S./Canada 2nd floor and ask to talk to the Research Specialist on duty. Research Specialists have extensive knowledge of records, resources, and research experience in the British Isles, Canada, Europe, Latin America, Scandinavia, and the United States. They can also read, write, and speak many languages. Resources are also available to assist you with Asian, African, and Polynesian family history.

If you are not able to come to Salt Lake City, you can take online classes from our Learning Center for various localities and subjects. For local research assistance, you can find help at FamilySearch Libraries or Family History Centers. To find help in your area, click on the following link: Local Help and enter your zip code or city.

These Research Specialists assist guests:[edit | edit source]

Asia Team (Basement Level 1)[edit | edit source]

British Isles Team (Basement Level 2)[edit | edit source]

German/Slavic Team (Basement Level 1)[edit | edit source]

Latin America Team (Basement Level 1)[edit | edit source]

Nordic/Scandinavia Team (Basement Level 1)[edit | edit source]

United States/Canada Team (Floors 2 and 3)[edit | edit source]

VIP Hosting & Research Services Team[edit | edit source]

These specialists are occasionally available:[edit | edit source]