A Birth Certificate provides proof that one is a Kenyan and similarly is required by pupils and students applying to sit for their National Examinations. It is also useful when applying for a National Identification Card when one turns 18 and in the application for a Kenyan Passport when in need to travel out of the country.Requirements for a Birth Certificate in Kenya

Application for birth Certificate can be done at any Huduma Centre countrywide or Civil Registration Department offices near you.

Requirements for a Birth Certificate include the following;
1. Birth notification
2. ID’s for both parents/Death Certificate if parents are deceased

Persons who qualify for this service include:
1. Parents/ guardians of a newly born baby
2. Rescue centers/ children’s homes taking charge of the child

Cost: Birth certificate with no amendments – Ksh 60
Birth certificate with amendments on the child’s names – Ksh 100
Birth certificate with amendments on the parent’s names – Ksh 100
Birth certificate with amendments on the child’s and parent’s names-Ksh 140
Timelines: 10 days

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For more information call Huduma Contact Centre: +254 (020) 6900020

Or visit nearest Huduma Centre

Or Contact: Department of Civil Registration
Hass Plaza 4th Floor, Lower Hill Road,
P.O Box 49179- 00100 Nairobi
Tel; +254-20-2714987/8
Email: director@crd.go.ke
Fax: 2714989

 Birth certificate with no amendments – Ksh 60 Birth certificate with amendments on the child’s names – Ksh 100 Birth certificate with amendments on the parent’s names – Ksh 100 Birth certificate with amendments on the child’s and parent’s names-Ksh 140

 10 days

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