Late Registration of Death Certificate - How to Apply


Late Registration of Death Certificate - How to Apply: Late Registration of Death Certificate is the certificate issued to the people for whom the registration of the birth certificate is not been issued within a year. It means if the person is not been given the death certificate within the year of the death, then the person can apply this certificate. So the application can be made to Registrar regarding the death and it can be made in any of the MeeSeva centres. This application will be forwarded to the Revenue Divisional Officer (RDO) and if the RDO orders to the Registrar to issues the Death Certificate. The user charges for the late registration of death certificate online is Rs 35/-. The step by step procedure for applying this death certificate online is as follows.


Late Registration of Death Certificate




Steps to apply Late Registration of Death Certificate

Step-1:

Open the MeeSeva Services official web portal. In that, the operator will have an Application Submission. In that, there will be different types of departments, in that the operator had to select the Revenue department. In the Revenue department, the operator needs to select the Birth and Death Certificates Issued By RDO.


Step-2:

So as the Birth and Death certificates Issued by RDO is been selected, then the application form will be displayed. In that, the operator needs to the details in the Service type, Payment mode, Service Specific details, Postal details. When coming to the Service type it has two options in which one is the birth certificate and the other is the death certificate. So the operator needs to select the death certificate.

Step-3:

In the Applicant’s details, the operator needs to fill the application number, applicant name, relation, mobile number, aadhar card number and the ration card number. In the Service Specific Details, the operator needs to fill the details of the address, door no, gender, mother name, father name, district, mandal, pin cod. In the postal details, the operator needs to enter the Door No, District, Mandal, village and the pin code. In the death details, the operator had to enter the deceased person name, dead on, place of death etc.


Step-4:

When coming to the delivery details there will be three types of delivery modes. They are Manual, Post-Local, and Post-Non Local. If it is Manual then the applicant had to directly go and take the certificate from the District office. If the applicants select Post-Local then the applicant had to fill the Postal details. It is to be done very carefully that the permanent address should be filled very careful for the further verification.

Step-5:

The documents that are to be uploaded in the certificate are the application form, Ration Card, Self Affidavit, Non-availability certificate issued by the GP or Municipal Government. So the application and the other documents are to be scanned and are to be uploaded in the certificate

Step-6:

After filling in the details the offline application form is to be scanned and it is to be uploaded in the application for processing. So after that, the Show Payment button is to be clicked for the payment option. After clicking the Show payment button you will be displayed the uploaded documents and you will be the displayed the payment option. If the entered details are right then the applicant had to click on Confirm payment.

Step-7:

After the payment is been confirmed, then the online death certificate is been sent to the approval. The request should be approved by the RDO. If the RDO approves the request, then the birth certificate will be sent through the post.




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