Our goal is to provide essential services to all people, as required by the laws of Trinidad and Tobago. See the forms below: Death Information: 1. Name of deceased. 2. Date of death. 3. Place of death. These certificates can be ordered and obtained from the Chancellor-General`s Department at the following address: (1) Civil Registry, Chancellor-General`s Department, Attorney General`s Office and Ministry of Legal Affairs, AGLA Tower, Government Plaza, corner of London & Richmond Street, Port of Spain. (2) 9 Leotaud Street, San Fernando. (3) 2nd Floor, Pennywise Building, #10-10A Devenish Street, Arima (4) Caribana Building, Bacolet Street, Scarborough, Tobago. This is the registration after one year of death.
Process: Check with the Chancellor`s Department`s Vital Registry, Attorney General`s Office and Ministry of Justice, AGLA Tower, Government Plaza, corner of London & Richmond Street, Port of Spain or the District Registrar closest to the place of death. Register immediately with the district registrar closest to the place of death. Minimum cost per child: $75.00. Costs include replacement of the birth certificate. This service is available by appointment, depending on your personal visit with your documents. Required documents: (1) Evidence to support the change in record, e.g. affidavit, baptismal certificate, vaccination certificate, Form 19. (2) Document that needs to be corrected. (3) Other relevant documents requested by the Secretary IV. Process: This service is available at the following offices, where forms are also available: Required documents: (1) Completed application form – available at the mentioned locations.
(2) For birth and/or death certificates, a form issued by the District Chancellor at the time of registration may be required. Photocopy of previous certificate issued by the Department of the Chancellor General. To apply for a special marriage certificate, both parties do not need to be residents of Trinidad and Tobago (i.e. they do not have their habitual residence in Trinidad and Tobago; and for citizens of Trinidad and Tobago, they must not have resided in Trinidad and Tobago for at least 3 years). Apply to the Registry Office, Attorney General`s Office and Department of Justice, AGLA Tower, Government Plaza, corner of London & Richmond Street, Port of Spain or Caribana Building, Bacolet Street Scarborough, Tobago. Delivery time: Civil Registry, Department of the Chancellor General, Office of the Attorney General and Ministry of Legal Affairs (AGLA), Port of Spain – 5 working days. San Fernando and Arima – 10 working days. Tobago – 3 working days.
Cost/fee: $25.00. Information required for marriage: 1. Names of parties. 2. Date of marriage. Approval of late registration of childbirth (after three months) The authority of the President lifts the requirement for a person living abroad who wishes to marry a resident/national must renounce his marriage messenger. This service refers to registration after one (1) year of birth. Contact the registrar closest to the child`s place of birth. Need for up-to-date affidavits to support it.
Port of Spain: approx. 3 days. Tobago: About 7 days. Cost/Fee: $100.00 Seven days after publication, no publication date for the prohibitions was published. Cost: $10.00 1. Date of birth of the child. 2. Mother`s maiden name. 3. Place of birth. Cost/fee: $100.00 – Payable at the box office at the Office of the Chief State Solicitor Tower C, International Waterfront Centre, 1A Wrightson Road Late registration refers to three (3) months after birth, but before one (1) year. $20.00 to the District Registrar.
$50.00 at the Director`s office. This service is only available in Port of Spain at the office of the Solicitor General Tower C, International Waterfront Centre, 1A Wrightson Road. Check with the vital statistics office, civil status department, civil status department or registrar closest to the child`s place of birth. Customer days: Monday – Sunday Operating hours: All reasonable hours. We ensure that the administration of justice operates quickly, efficiently and efficiently, and that all people have adequate access to justice, regardless of their means. We ensure that the most important events on the island are recorded. Insertion of the father`s name on the birth certificate after birth registration Inform the nearest civil registrar within three (3) months of the child`s birth.