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  TOPIC = Birth, or Marriage, or Death certificate application

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Birth Certificate - Certified Copy

Issuance of Certified copy of a Birth Certificate

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT


Marriage Officers Application Form

The Registrar General, the Deputy Registrar, Assistant Registrar, Family Island Administrators or Commissioners, and Supreme Court Magistrates are Marriage Officers by virtue of their appointment. Justices of the Peace are not Marriage Officers although there are certain Marriage Officers who are Justices of the Peace.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT


Pensioner Death Compensation (Ex gratia) Award

Compensation paid by government voluntarily (ex gratia) on death of a pensioner.

NOTE: The ex gratia award is not a benefit as of right" and the Ministry of Public Service reserves the right to reject this application.


TREASURY DEPARTMENT


Death Certificate - Certified Copy

Issuance of Certified copy of a Death Certificate

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT


Certified Copy of Marriage Certificate Application

Issuance of Certified copy of a Marriage Certificate

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT


Marriage Licence Application

Anyone wishing to be married in the Bahamas must first request a license from the Registry.

The legal age of marriage in the Bahamas is eighteen (18).

A marriage license is valid for three months.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT


Marriage Consent for Minors (under 18)

Certificat by parents or guardians to give consent to for a minor to marry.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT


Birth Registration

The law requires that every birth is to be registered within twenty-one days from its occurrence.

You have up to the age of three (3)to register a birth, however after the age of one (1) an affidavit is required stating the reason for not registering the child sooner.

Registration of a birth by a person other than a parent must bring an authorization form. (See attached)


REGISTRAR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT


Birth Registration - Affidavit for Father

All illegitimate children are given the motherís last name. The fatherís surname may be added to the certificate of an illegitimate child as long as a joint affidavit by both father and mother is sworn requesting that the name of the childís father be recorded in the Register of Births. The affidavit must be presented at the time of the registration

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT


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Related Topics
Divorce
Marrying in The Bahamas
National Insurance and Benefits
Passport application (new or renewal)
Police Certificate application
Travelling (to or from The Bahamas)



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