Monday 17 December 2018

What details are recorded

What details are recorded?


Although the Convention does not specify what must be registered, other rights (to

name and nationality, to know parentage, family and identity) imply that

registration ought, as a minimum, to include:

The child’s name at birth

The child’s sex

The child’s date of birth

Where the child was born

The parents’ names and addresses

The parents’ nationality status

According to Article 13 of the Registry Act, the birth of a child in Iran shall be

recorded by the official representative of the Birth Registration Organization of Iran

and outside of Iran shall be recorded by the official representative of the consulate

of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Book for Registry of All Events.

This book contains the following information:

• The hour, day, month, year and place of birth

• The full name and gender of the owner of the document

• The full name and number of the birth certificate of the mother and father

• The full name and signature of the representative or agent of the Birth

Registration Organization of Iran

• The specific place for registration and numbering of the serial code of the

fingerprints of the owner of the document