NIRA Birth Certificate Registration Form 3 [Download Preview]

NIRA Form 3 Download Preview NIRA is the government body which takes on the Birth Certificate issuing and registration in Uganda. Known as the Uganda National Identification Registration Authority, it is the same body which is responsible for the National ID registration and issuance to qualifying citizens of Uganda, and which means that in order to get either a death or birth certificate or a national ID, you should provide them with all the required details.

Before, this was the work of the Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) until when NIRA took over the above ever since the country introduced the National ID’s. If you are in need of a bithy certificate, it is mandatory that you obtain a short BC which you should present to NIRA offices together with the fully filled Form 3 you can obtain from their offices, and or download from online just like you can see the preview in this post.

This downloaded NIRA form 3 (regulation 8(1)) has many options to fill which include but not limited to the following below..

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Like you see in the above screenshots, you need to fill that form with every requested detail and attach your short BC and submit the form to NIRA offices. Please note, the above form can’t be downloaded and used from here, it is for informational purposes only so that you can know what you need.

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  1. sennono stephern

    How long doesn’t it take to get a birth certificate and also changing mistake made in my id

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    1. sennono stephern, the time it takes is determined by many factors including where you submit. One thing you should know is that upon submission, you are told when to pick your ready birth certificate. On the mistakes side, it all depends on the mistake made for example, you might be required to swear a court affidavit, advertise in the press and etc to correct name errors. Hope this helps.

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  2. What do i need to have to get a long term birth certificate for a child.

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    1. Carolyne, take time and go through this post about How to get NIRA birth certificate. Thanks

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  3. Lost a relative in 1994. He didn’t die in the hospital. Apparently the administrator general needs a death certificate. How do we go about this? Can we get a death certificate? What documents are needed?

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    1. You need to download and fill NIRA Form 12 for notification of death…. You should have a short death certificate and a medical report indicating the cause of death as well.

      THE REGISTRATION OF PERSONS (BIRTHS AND DEATHS) REGULATIONS, 2015 NOTIFICATION OF DEATH
      1. Name of deceased
      Surname …………………………………………………………………………………
      GivenName ……………………………….OtherName(s) …..………….…………………
      2. Date of birth (dd/mm/yy)……………………….
      Place of birth ………………………………………………………………………………………………….
      3. Date of death (dd/mm/yy) ……………………….Time of death…………………………………….
      Place of death …………………………………………………………………………………………………
      Name of hospital …………………………………………………
      4. No. of house and name of street……………………………….
      City, Municipality, town or village District…………………………………………………………
      5. Sex …………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
      6. Age ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
      7. Occupation …………………………………………………………………………………………….. …
      8. Residence
      a. Village …………………………………………………………………………………………… ..
      b. Parish …………………………………………………………………………………………….
      c. Sub County…………………………………………………………………………………………
      d. County …………………………………………………………………………………………….
      e. District …………………………………………………………………………………………….
      9. Nationality ………………………………………………………………………………………………. .
      10. National Identification Number or Alien Identification Number
      …/…/…/…/…/…/…/…/…/…/…/…/…/…
      FORM 12
      Regulation 19(4),20(1)
      11. Cause of death……………………………………………………………………………………………….
      12. If a dead body is found, also the name and address of the finder and narrate
      shortly the circumstances ……………………………………………………………………………….
      …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. …….
      …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. …….
      13. If name unknown, give full description for purposes of identification……………………
      …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……..
      ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. .. ………
      14. Why was the death not registered within the prescribed period?*………………………..
      …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……..
      I, …………………………………, by occupation a …….…………..,residing
      at …………………………………….,in the district of …………………………….
      in Uganda, declare that the information above, given by me, is true and
      correct, that I know this of my own knowledge and that my means of
      knowing this is (briefly state the means of knowledge and the capacity in
      which you give this information) ………………………………………………………
      ……………………………………………………………………………………………………..
      Signed by …………………………………………… Date(dd/mm/yy)…………………………
      ………………………………………………………………..
      Signature of Notifier
      In the presence of …………………………………………………………………….. (name of witness) Living
      at………………………………………………………………………………………………. (full address)
      ………………………………………………………………..
      Signature of Witness
      *delete whichever is not applicable.

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  4. Hello. Where is the procedure for death certificate?

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    1. I responded to your other comment, please check it.

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  5. hi, i missed the mass registration and now they have started it again but i dont know what requirements they need for registering.can u help. thnx

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    1. Thanks justice for the comment and inquiry. As per NIRA guidelines, Ugandan citizens should turn up for registration with any supporting documents. These may include Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Academic certificates, Passport, LC letter etc. Birth certificates, Religious certificates, School leaving certificates, Child health card, Notification of birth, Letter of administrative officer, Parish/Sub county chief, Statutory Declarations, LC letter, Any other as the case maybe.

      You can go to your LC1 and get a letter. Have it stamped by the GISO and proceed to the Parish offices, Sub county office or KCCA division offices eg KCCA Rubaga, KCCA Makindye, KCCA Kawempe, KCCA Nakawa, etc according to where registration is taking place.

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  6. what do i need to get the national id

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    1. Thanks justice for the comment and inquiry. As per NIRA guidelines, Ugandan citizens should turn up for registration with any supporting documents. These may include Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Academic certificates, Passport, LC letter etc. Birth certificates, Religious certificates, School leaving certificates, Child health card, Notification of birth, Letter of administrative officer, Parish/Sub county chief, Statutory Declarations, LC letter, Any other as the case maybe.

      You can go to your LC1 and get a letter. Have it stamped by the GISO and proceed to the Parish offices, Sub county office or KCCA division offices eg KCCA Rubaga, KCCA Makindye, KCCA Kawempe, KCCA Nakawa, etc according to where registration is taking place.

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  7. Herbert Lutaaya

    For how long can it take to recover it.

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    1. Hello Herbert Lutaaya and thanks for the comment. You asked of how long it can take to recover right? To recover what? How about posting the comment on the right article or even detailing your problem so I find how best I can help you out? Thanks

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  8. Dear KWS,

    I came to visit Uganda Kampala with my Brother and we had a car accident and he died. Am confused and I dont know what to do. I am from Rwanda. Kindly advice me urgently. My email is [hidden]

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    1. What kind of Help do you want to get from me? Be specific. Is it about a death certificate or so?

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  9. We live in the UK and my father left Uganda in 1970 but has lost his birth certificate. What is the process for us to obtain a replacement

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    1. Are you Ugandans or? Anyways, whatsapp this number +256752009001, you will be given some info which you may be looking out for. Thanks for the comment

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      1. Thanks for this project am sure ghost children will be eradicated once and for all class teacher shall be saved from that evil action that has been benefiting few officials

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  10. Dear Support,
    I am writing on behalf of my sister who is disabled. We live in the UK since 1970, however my sister Hadjia Khan was born in Uganda at the Mulago Hospital on 11th October 1966.
    We have lost her long birth certificate, can you advise me on how I can obtain a replacement please?

    Kind regards
    Sayeeda Miah

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    1. Hello, please check your email address and respond providing all required answers. You can respond to Whatsapp +256752009001 for a quick response.

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  11. i lost my birth certificate be i need a new one of replacement. which steps should i follow. thanks SSENKAAYA MARTIN NATIONAL IDNo:000426065

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  12. F.nisha Abubarkar

    Hi, I live in uk and I have misplaced my Uganda birth certificate could you please let me know how I can replace mine.

    Thanks

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