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Birth, marriage, death, Name change

KCWA Family and Social Services is a non-profit organization established in 1985 by a group of women who were concerned with women and family issues and serves women, men, senior and youth all of them.

Birth

If your child was born, there are two kinds of application to be completed. The first is the hospital 'Notice of Live Birth form' to complete and second that parents 'Statement of Live Birth form' to be written. Birth can be registered after.

Birth Registration

After the two kinds of application has been written, the child's birth registration should be within 30 days of Reported. Birth registration is' Service Ontario, Canada Revenue Agency and Service Canada may be at. Birth registration is the government office (Office of Registrar General) to be registered by 6 weeks -8 weeks. When the registration is completed, the birth certificate should be filed.

After the two kinds of application has been written, the child's birth registration should be within 30 days of Reported. Birth registration is' Service Ontario, Canada Revenue Agency and Service Canada may be at. Birth registration is the government office (Office of Registrar General) to be registered by 6 weeks -8 weeks. When the registration is completed, the birth certificate (birth certificate) should be filed.

Birth Certificate

Birth certificate is handled differently by each province, so it is good to visit the government website for preview. Let me give you the example of Ontario, if you use online, birth registration, birth certificate, Canadian Children's Benefit (CCTB), Social Insurance Number (SIN) can be at the same time.

Integrated Services

Integrated service is the easiest way to register your baby's birth and fastest way to apply for their birth certificate, Canada Child Benefits and Social Insurance Number all at the same time.

Marriage

The first marriage license to marry in Canada (Marriage Licence) should be purchased and must apply for a marriage certificate after marriage. Marriage also requires the state government documents and procedures vary by province, so visit the web site to preview. To obtain a marriage certificate, marriage license, the following information is required.

  • The date you are planning to marry

  • Proof of your present marital status

  • Proof of Identification

  • Additional information may be required

Marriage License

This is handled by the city in each province. City Hall has the wedding registry service, which services are provided. To apply for a marriage license, visit the website to apply online or download the application form to complete. The marriage license application fee is $ 140 (Toronto, Ontario) is valid for three months after issuance.

Wedding Chamber

During the ceremony at the designated place in the room should be reserved. When you book a room online and there are three designated place for the marriage in Toronto. Service fee is $ 117.10 for 30 minutes of booking.

  • Scarborough Civic Centre

  • North York Civic Centre

  • York civic Centre

Record of solemnization

After the wedding, the bride and groom's name, wedding, wedding date, time, witnesses, records and other records containing wedding (Record of Solemnization of Marriage) will be issued to the marriage couple, and this record shall be filed with the Ontario Registrar Office.

Marriage Certificate

Once the marriage is registered, marriage (Marriage Certificate) may be applied. The marriage certificate can be applied online and the cost of certificate is $ 15 (File-size Marriage Certificate).

Death

Reporting and Registering a Death

Most of the provinces in Canada, the death should be reported within 48 hours. Upon the death of the doctor or the coroner who participated, complete in the medical certification of death (Medical Certificate of Death) to be created, and this certificate will be provided to the undertaker here as proof of death for the deceased. Death Certificate (Statement of Death) is written by the deceased's family and funeral directors and at the time of death, the clerk's office with the medical certification (Local Municipal Clerk's Office) is sent through a death and this procedure is completed. Attending doctor at the time of death and natural death are recognized, the funeral can be taken place, but the cause of death is not clear, Coroner's Office will prepare the autopsy.

Death Certificate

The death certificate will be treated by each province. Death certificate can be applied online and the cost is $ 15 (File-size Death Certificate).

Name Change

For name change, you should visit the website and preview about the information as the procedure and costs varies by province. Application for the name change must be submitted to the registrar office.

Name Change Application

There are two types of application so check your application to use appropriately.

  • Adult application form: 16 years and older (condition: have lived in the past 12 months in Ontario)

  • Children Application: Children under 17years of age or older

You can submit the completed form, payment and required documents either by mail or in person at a certain ServiceOntario centre.

Submit in person

ServiceOntario
47 Sheppard Avenue East, Unit 417, 4th Floor
Toronto, ON M2N 5N1

Submit by mail

Office of the Registrar General
PO Box 3000
189 Red River Rd, 3rd Floor
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5W0

If you have trouble downloading the application personally, contact at Services Ontario 1-800-461-2156 or 416-325-8305.

Fee

  • Apply per person: $137

  • Have the application (less than 17 years old or older and children) at the same time submission: $ 22 each additional

After the name change

The following documents must be modified.

  • Driver’s Licence

  • Health Card

  • Ontario Photo Card (if applicable)

  • Vehicle Registration

  • Ontario Outdoor Card (if applicable)

  • Other information (CRA, work, school, bank and so on)