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Registration and name of your baby
Births in Northern Ireland must be enrolled within 42 workingdays of birth. One baby can be enrolled at any district authority in Northern Ireland. Can anyone announce a childbirth? The name of the parent of a baby that has been conceived into an unwed pair may be entered in the natal record only if both parent signed the record together or a statement of fatherhood is presented.
Please feel free to browse and fill out the Fatherhood Statement form. A single fathers who has registered the childbirth of his baby together with the child's biological mother and has noted his name on the childbirth certificate assumes parenting responsibility for babies born on or after 15 April 2002. In the case of women married in a life partner where the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 (external page opens in a new browser window tabs ) will apply to delivery, any of the parents can do so.
In case the woman is not in a life relationship, the dam must declare the delivery. Your partner's name can only be recorded if the woman fulfils the stipulated parental requirements according to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 (external links will open in a new browser window tabs).
If this is the case, both parent must be present to jointly complete the application. In order to be able to register childbirth, you must specify the following: Please use the following links to get the applicationformular. Childbirth registrations cannot be modified after completion, so please complete the application forms thoroughly.
Fill in the form and submit it personally to each county registry in Northern Ireland. As soon as your enrollment is complete, the registrar will give you a free shortbirth birth certificate and an infant enrollment pass (HS123) to sign up with your GP and obtain a health care pass. Childbirths, whether long or shorthand, can be purchased from the registrar at the moment of enrolment for £8.00 per copy.
If, after registering, you need to order further copy of the natal certificates, you can find out more about ordering them from the General Registry Office. When your child's childbirth was recorded without the father's information or before you and your spouse were engaged, you can re-register the childbirth to refresh the registry and modify the child's first or last name.
When both the parent and the parent want the parent's name to be entered on the registration sheet, you should fill in the GRO 12 request sheet. When there is a parentage certificate drawn up by the Tribunal, you should fill in the GRO 12A registration sheet and return it with the certificate to the General Registry Office.
Once a baby has been conceived by an unwed spouse who is now engaged, you should fill in the GRO 15 application as well. The filled out application documents must be sent personally to the General Register Office or must be taken along. From time to time an irregularity may occur in a maternity record, e.g. a false postal code or date.
Fill in the following change request to notify the General Registry Office of the necessary proof. The filled out application documents must be sent personally to the General Register Office or must be taken along.