Register a Still-birth In Isle Of Man By Online
Visit The Douglas or Peel Civil Registry to register a still-birth , or utilize the registration service provided through Castletown Commissioners at the Civic Centre or Ramsey Town Commissioners at Ramsey Town Hall.
Required Documents For Register a Still-birth
- Medical Certificate for still-birth issued by the midwife or doctor
- Birth certificates will be issued to each parent’s details are recorded on the register of Stillbirths and the documentation for changes in name (if relevant)
- Certificate of marriage (if appropriate)
- A valid photo ID is required for every parent whose information will be recorded into the Registry of Stillbirths (e.g. passport, driving licence, etc.)
Office Locations and Contacts
- The General Registry
Address: The Registries Building
Isle of Man
Post Code Post Code: Post Code:
- Civil Registry
Telephone: + 44 (0) 1624 687039
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Who can be registered as a still-born?
- If both parents are married, the parents can each record the birth.
- If the parents aren’t married, and father’s details must be recorded in the Register of Births, both parents need to be able to sign the register.
- In the event that the father not able to be present at the office with his wife, however his information needs to be entered into the Register of Still-births, he may sign a statutory declaration that acknowledges he is the father to the baby. The mother is required to present this declaration at the request of the Registrar.
When the mother has a disability and is not able to go to work along with her father, she could sign an official declaration acknowledging father’s paternity. The father must make this statutory declaration available to the Registry.
The Information You Need
- Child’s details
- birth date and location (the timing of the birth will be recorded as well when you register multiple children)
- forename(s) as well as surname
- Details of the father’s name.
- forename/s and surname
- Birthplace of the child
- job (if the parent isn’t currently employed outside of the home, the last employed previous job should be listed.) Note: Unemployed is not a valid entry into the register of Births.
- normal address
- Mother’s information
- forename/s and surnames, including maiden surname (if appropriate)
- The surname was previously used. (If you were married more than once, the surname used is the most recent wedding)
- Birthplace of the child
- job (If the parent isn’t employed outside of the home occupation, the most recent previous position should be provided.)
- the usual address
Documentation is needed
Here are the steps to record an unborn child in the Isle of Man. A still-born infant is a baby born in the 24th week of pregnancy that did not breathe or display any other sign of life when born.
Registering a Still-birth: http://www.gov.im/registries/General/CivilRegistry/stillbirth.xml