How To Get Birth Certificate Tanzania Abroad
RITA was officially launched on the 23rd June 2006 and replaces what was known as the Administrator Generals Department in the Attorney Generals Chambers, Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs.
It is an Executive Agency under the Attorney Generals Chambers in the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs.
The history of RITA dates back in 1917 when the German Colonial power enacted a law for registration of births and deaths (Proclamation No.15 of 1917 (Civil Area).
When the British took over the administration of Tanganyika (Tanzania Mainland) from the Germans retained the Register of births and deaths established under the Germans law by saving it under the Births and Deaths Registration Ordinance, 1920 (Cap.108)
It should be noted that under
Important things to consider when applying:
1. Keep track of the information you used to create an account,
2. The applicant must have his / her correct information with both parents,
3. Applicant will receive a Payment Invoice and will be required to pay through Bank (NMB and CRDB) or Mobile Networks (M-PESA, TIGO PESA and AIRTEL Money) only in accordance with the information provided.
4. The applicant should have soft copies of the required attachments in the pdf format,
5. The applicant must specify the district in which he or she will receive the certificate
In addition, We would like to urge all applicants to follow the instructions above to avoid inconvenience.
The e-Service application address as well as the Service Application Guide are located at the bottom of this page
Note: applications will not be processed prior to finalization of service fee payments.
For more information call 0800 117 482
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New procedures for obtaining birth certificates for those abroad (Taratibu mpya za kupata vyeti vya kuzaliwa kwa walio nje ya nchi)
1. Step One (Hatua ya Kwanza)
<> Email the application via [email protected]
<> Attach one of the following attachments (Clinic card, Baptism Certificate, School leaving certificates), for the date of birth of the child, place of birth and parental citizenship.
2. Step Two (Hatua ya Pili)
<> You will receive an email from RITA, accompanied by an Afidavit form, from the Registrar General.
<> Print and fill in the Afidavit form, then attach it to 3 passport size photographs.
Scan the Afidavit form, email it to [email protected]
3. Step Three (hatua ya Tatu)
<> You will receive an email from RITA, giving you permission to pay.
Payment for shipping certificate will depend on the service you choose to use (DHL, EMS n.k)
4. Payment (Malipo)
Certificate of child under 10 years – $ 14.
Certificate for a child over 10 years – $ 20.
on clear check – $ 20.
5. Footnotes (Tanbihi)
<> You will need to do some research to find out what the Certificate Fees are, and then send the money (to pay for the certificate), as well as the redemption fee (cash).
<> We insist on cash payments.
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