Address and/or Name Change

PLEASE READ ALL THE INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE.  

Not all forms are required to be returned, and they are not all returned to the same
location.  The documents and links below represent forms necessary to change
your name and/or address with Court Reporting Services, Office of the Comptroller,
CMS, and State Retirement System.  Click on them to view them in your browser.  
Many of the forms can be typed into prior to printing.  A copy of the form(s) may be
saved to your computer by choosing "save as" in the Adobe Reader program.  

Forms are updated often.  Please report broken and inoperable links by
email.  
Thank you.


Payroll Forms for Address and/or Name Changes

The forms below should be FAXED to (217) 524-6875.  This is a secure fax machine.

Required forms:
 Combined State and Federal W-4 forms
 W-9 - Request for Taxpayer ID (for employees who do transcripts only).
 Life Insurance Beneficiary Designation
 Pension Beneficiary Designation (ONLY needed if a beneficiary and/or
beneficiary address has changed - original signature needed.)
 Group Insurance (ONLY if you have insurance with the state)

Deferred Comp Forms - only needed if you are enrolled in this program.
 Deferred Compensation Change Form
 Deferred Compensation Beneficiary Designation

Direct Deposit Forms - Only needed if your name and/or bank has changed.
 You need to send an email to request these forms.

Only needed if you are adding/removing a dependent or make other changes to insurance due to "qualifying change in status" such as marriage:
 Group Insurance Change Form
 Information on qualified status changes from CMS


Court Reporting Services Forms
IMPORTANT NOTE:  The original forms below should be RETAINED by the Chief Judge's office with COPIES emailed or faxed to Court Reporting Services (217) 557-
0267.  Do not fax in with the forms listed above.

FOR ADDRESS CHANGES ONLY

 Headquarters/Residence Form

FOR NAME CHANGES ONLY

 Name Change Form
 Photo ID Request


Certified Shorthand Reporter Licensing
NOTICE:  If you are a licensed court reporter in the state of Illinois, do not forget to change your address with the Division of Professional Requlation or you may not
receive your license renewal forms.  The link to their website is below for your
convenience.

 CSR License Address Change Information - on the Professionals Quick
Links, select "Online Address Change".
Illinois Official Court Reporters