This service caters for customers who birth confirmation given by the Peebles Hospital and twelve months has elapsed from the date of the child’s birth. This registration will be considered a late registration of the birth.
Registrar-General Mrs. Stephanie Benn and the staff of the Civil Registry and Passport Office are pictured presenting a number of educational games to Director of the Autism Centre Ms. Lorna Dawson as part of their 10th Anniversary Celebrations.
Topic: Passports, Nationality, and Visas | Posted By: aphillip
Thursday, 26 November 2015 - 4:30pm
The Registrar General and staff at the Civil Registry and Passport Office have been commended by Deputy Governor Mrs. V. Inez Archibald, CBE for their excellent job over the years as one of the few Government departments which handle sensitive documents.
The Civil Registry and Passport Office, established in 2005 as a department within the Governor's Group, is headed by a Registrar-General. The Civil Registry is located in the Burhym Building, deCastro Street #49, Wickham's Cay; while the Passport Office is situated on the 1st Floor in the Central Administration Building on Wickham's Cay. The mandate of the Department is two-fold: