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Contact: Rose Marie Harris


Tuesday, March 13, 2012 – The Registry of Civil Status is encouraging members of the general public to participate in a two-day Rectification Fair, where Rectifications will be conducted free of charge.   The two day fair will run from Thursday March 15th to Friday March 16th 2012, as part of the activities to celebrate Saint Lucia’s 33rd Anniversary of Independence.


The fair will be held at the Gros-Islet Town Council and at the Vieux Fort Roman Catholic Parish Centre on Thursday March 15th and at the Micoud Multi-Purpose Centre and the Soufriere Town Hall on Friday March 16th.   In the host communities, the fair runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.


Due to the fair being held on these days, the Adjudicator’s Office will be operating with a minimum number of staff members on March 15th and 16th .   The Registry has apologised to the public for any inconvenience this may cause as a result.  


Officials of the Registry of Civil Status explain that people seeking assistance should walk their birth certificates, baptism certificates and some form of ID.  Officials say that parents’ birth or baptism certificates of the people seeking rectification are also needed, if their names are spelt incorrectly on their own records.


If one is seeking rectification of someone else’s birth record, officials also say, the person forwarding a case must have a letter of authorization and also a copy of the person’s ID card.



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