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Birth Registration: KMC Ward

Birth Registration: KMC Ward

Introduction

A birth certificate is a vital record that documents the birth of a child. The term "birth certificate" can refer to either the original document certifying the circumstances of the birth or to a certified copy of or representation of the ensuing registration of that birth.


Sample photo of Birth Certificate

Contact

Respective Ward

Required Documents

1. Infant's mother and father's citizenship copy.

2. Invoice of tax payment of home and land of current fiscal year.

3. A copy of parent's marriage certificate.

4. If permanent address is out of the valley then migration registration certificate is required.

5. Birth certificate given by hospital if the child is born at hospital.

Cost/Time

Cost: If you make registration within 35 days of birth then it is free otherwise Rs. 50/-

Time taken: Within 1 day.

Process

1. Fill the online form here.

  • 1.1 After the page opens, press 'click here to register
  • 1.2 Please give your phone number after filling the form
  • 1.3 A code number will come in your cell phone.
  • 1.4 Contact the ward within 30 days with the code

Note: It is compulsory to fill the red marked boxes


2. Fill the Birth Registration form.

3. You should take signature and stamp from the Official Head in the form.

4. Go to the computer operator of the ward from where you will get the certificate

5. Again, go to the Official head's office to take signature in the certificate.

Additional Information

Time taken for birth registration is 3 days if it is under Sarjamin ko hakma otherwise may finish within a day.

You should do birth registration in the same ward where the child's father have made citizenship. In case, you with your parent's have migrated from the ward then you will need migration registration before registering for birth.

References

Ward Officials of Ward 9


Kathmandu Mahanagarpalika


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Updated: 12th May, 2016
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