Registrar General's Department Launches Certification Initiative in the Berry Islands

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February 08, 2017

The Registrar General’s Department launched online Registration and Certification at the Government Complex, Bullock’s Harbour, the Berry Islands on Thursday, February 8, 2017 making it possible for persons to visit the Administrator’s Office to obtain copies of birth, marriage, and death certificates without having to travel to Nassau.

The Department also registered the births of children under three years old, who were born in Nassau but never recorded. Launching the initiative was Registrar General (Actg.) Deidre Clarke Maycock, with the assistance of Island Administrator Marlon Leary.

One week ago, the Registrar General’s Department also launched online Registration and Certification in North Andros.

Present at the Bullock’s Harbour launch, along with the Registrar General and the Administrator were: Darian Creary, Deputy Registrar; Elaine Lightfoot, Chief Medical Records Officer; Christopher Hinsey, BTC Senior Manager/Operations for Andros and Berry Islands; Talbot Collie, BTC Vice-President, Family Islands; Cardinal Rolle, Chief Councilor for Berry Islands; ASP Dennis Brown, Officer in Charge, Berry Islands District; Norma Fynes, Registrar General’s Department Assistant Supervisor; and Desiree Edwards, Registrar General’s Department Clerk.

Birth Certificate -- issued by the Registrar General’s Department, through online process, in the Berry Islands, Thursday, February 8, 2017. Registrar General (Actg.) Deidre Clarke Maycock, third left, conducted the launch. Mom, Krashan Simms holds Birth Certificate for baby Deshanna Wynder. (BIS Photo/Gena Gibbs)

Marriage Certificates -- issued to Carlos and Shanell Gale by Registrar General (Actg.) Deidre Clarke Maycock, second left. (BIS Photo/Gena Gibbs)

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News date : 02/08/2017    Category : About Bahamians, Press Releases

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