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Registration of the baby's delivery
Person-related data that you legally require for registering will be stored by the responsible person responsible for registering locally. A copy will also be sent by the Registrar to the General Register Office for England and Wales so that a single log can be kept of all registrations.
One copy of each registry listing shall be made available to each requester provided that he provides sufficient information to enable him to identified the listing and to make the corresponding payment. Applications for a certification can be submitted either to the registry or general registry offices. In order to help the general public in identifying the registry they may need, the General Registry shall make available to the general public registers for the purposes of the registry of entries.
To this end, the Registry shall also provide a locally index. It is up to the regional registry to decide whether the information included in the regional registers should be made available on-line. We do this to help the general community in identifying the registry they may need. In addition, sensitive information for statistic uses, which you are legally obliged to disclose to the Registrar, and other information provided on a voluntary basis will be disclosed to the UK Department of Statistic for the production and provision of statistic.
In addition to the provision of allowances, registrars and the General Registry may make registry information available to other organizations for the following purposes: statistics or research, preventing or detecting frauds, migration and passports. The employees of this registry can give further information about the registry services information.
Registration of a childbirth - Norfolk County Council
Please be aware that there is a distinction between a "civil partner" and a "partner" when registering: Their " partner " (i.e. someone with whom you are not married) is not connected for the registry juridically with you. In case the parent is not remarried, the parent does not have to enter the data of the baby's parent in the registry if she does not want it.
However, the parent must be very sure that she will remove the baby's father's data from the registry, as the addition of his name at a later date would require another complex date. When you marry his biological father, you can change your child's name. For feedback, you should make an appointement with the registry where the infant was initially enrolled.
Where this is not possible, they may be re-registered by means of a statement with another registrar in England and Wales. Please call 01603 306149 to make an arrangement. You must fill out an LA1 for every kid before you can sign up again. You must submit the filled out LA1 and the full natal and matrimonial certificates of the baby at the moment of re-registration.
Could someone other than the parent record the delivery? Under certain extraordinary conditions, a person other than the parent may be able to record the delivery. If you need to ask for this feature, please consult your on-premises registrar.