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Improved system for civil registration

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The General Register Office (GRO) will launch a new, more efficient system for civil registration in Northern Ireland on 22 February 2016.

The improved process for registering life events, such as births, deaths and marriages, will allow customers to carry out registrations more quickly.

Registration of life events is carried out on behalf of GRO by local councils, and the new technology which replaces an outdated system, will enable this to be delivered more efficiently and effectively. For example, the more sophisticated electronic process introduces electronic signatures, which will enhance customers’ experience of the civil registration process.

Customers will continue to get a certificate at a reduced fee when they register an event in local government district offices.

Around 80% of customers already choose to order copy certificates online or over the phone. While copy certificates will no longer be available from local council offices, they can be ordered online, by phone or by post.

Customers using GRO’s priority service under the new arrangements will have their certificate dispatched the same day, for a fee of just £5. This represents a significant reduction from the previous fee of £20 for this service using the old system.

To order a certificate or for more information:

The introduction of an improved civil registration system is part of GRO’s commitment to provide quality services to Northern Ireland citizens. It builds on recent developments of digitised historical records, online certificate ordering and the family history websiteexternal link

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