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Scotland - ReRegistration Of Birth

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Procedure[edit]

  1. Go to the General Register Office in Scotland.
  2. Fill in the Form RR1 - Application for re-registration of a birth or still-birth. You can download the form here: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/files2/registration/form-rr1.pdf.
  3. Enclose any of the relevant document to your re-registration: Form 26 - Declaration as to parentage by the mother of a child, Form DPF - Declaration as to parentage by father/parent, Form 27 - Declaration by father/parent of a child, Form DPM - Declaration as to parentage by mother.
  4. Sign all the forms required for re-registration and have the appropriate witnesses sign them as well on the same date.
  5. Submit all the completed forms to process the re-registration of birth.



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Required Documents[edit]

  • Form RR1 - Application for re-registration of a birth or still-birth
  • Form 26 - Declaration as to parentage by the mother of a child
  • Form DPF - Declaration as to parentage by father/parent
  • Form 27 - Declaration by father/parent of a child
  • Form DPM - Declaration as to parentage by mother



Office Locations & Contacts[edit]

General Registration Unit
National Records of Scotland
Room 39
New Register House
3 West Register Street
Edinburgh
EH1 3YT
Telephone Number: 0131 314 4452



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Eligibility[edit]

The following can apply for re-registration of birth:

  • For a person under 16 years of age and whose birth is to be re-registered, anyone who has parental responsibilities in relation to that person can apply, even if they are also under 16 years of age. (ex. mother, father)
  • For a person who is 16 years of age or over can apply on their own.
  • For a person who has died or was a still-born child and whose birth is to be re-registered:
    • the persons mother or, if the persons mother is married, by her husband if he is the natural father can apply.
    • if the mother is dead, by a person who has been registered as the father or parent of the child in the birth entry concerned.



Fees[edit]

There is no fee for re-registration of birth.



Validity[edit]

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e.g. Birth Certificate Valid Forever



Documents to Use[edit]

Form RR1 - Application for re-registration of a birth or still-birth:

Form 26 - Declaration as to parentage by the mother of a child:

Form DPF - Declaration as to parentage by father/parent

Form 27 - Declaration by father/parent of a child

Form DPM - Declaration as to parentage by mother



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Processing Time[edit]

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Instructions[edit]

  • The application form to be use for re-registration of birth is the form RR1 and should be accompanied by the relevant declaration form(s).
  • Re-registration of births can take place in any Scottish registration office.
  • It is important that forms should be signed by applicants and witnesses on the same date.
Who Can Witness Your Declaration Forms
  • Form 26 - A registrar in any registration office in Scotland
  • Form DPF - A Justice of the Peace, Notary Public or other person authorised by law to administer oaths.
  • Forms DPM - A Justice of the Peace, Notary Public or other person authorised by law to administer oaths.
  • Form 27 - A registrar in any registration office in Scotland
When to Re-register a Birth

A persons birth registered in Scotland can be re-registered by the following:

  • the entry in the register of births is affected by any matter concerning their parentage e.g. the entry does not contain their fathers details,
  • the entry in the register of births shows or implies that they were found exposed (abandoned), or
  • the entry in the register of births shows or implies that their parents were not married to each other or parties to a civil partnership at the time of their birth but their parents have subsequently married or registered their civil partnership.



Required Information[edit]

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e.g.
1. Date of Birth.
2. City or County of Birth.



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Need for the Document[edit]

Re-registration of birth is the process of creating a new birth entry to add the natural fathers or parent's details, change parentage details or add the parents marriage or civil partnership details if that marriage or civil partnership took place after the birth was originally registered.



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Other uses of the Document/Certificate[edit]

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e.g. Birth Certificate can be used as proof of identity.



External Links[edit]

General Register Office for Scotland: http://www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/index.html



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