NATIONAL REGISTRATION: SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION
INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION
(under section 23)
(12th June, 1987)
S.I. 72, 1987,
S.I. 38, 1993,
S.I. 68, 1997,
S.I. 82, 1998,
S.I. 98, 2010,
S.I. 41, 2011,
S.I. 17, 2013.
ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS
2. Application for registration
3. Forms of identity cards
4. Form of affidavit
5. Fee to be levied on duplicate of identity card
These Regulations may be cited as the National Registration Regulations.
An application for registration shall be made in the form set out in the First Schedule hereto, to the registrar appointed under section 3 of the Act for the area in which the applicant ordinarily resides.
An applicant who has fulfilled all the requirements for the issue of an identity card shall be issued with an identity card laminated and measuring 65mm by 95mm which shall contain the following particulars relating to the holder-
(a) on the face of the card-
(i) a recent photograph;
(ii) an identity card number;
(iii) surname and forenames;
(iv) date and place of birth; and
(v) signature; and
(b) the reverse side of the card shall contain-
(i) the thumbprint of the holder;
(ii) the nationality of the holder;
(iii) the sex of the holder;
(iv) the colour of the holder's eyes;
(v) the date of expiry of the identity card;
(vi) the place of application for registration; and
(vii) the signature of the registrar.
The affidavit that may be required from a person who reports the loss, damage or destruction of his identity card shall be in the form set out in the Second Schedule hereto.
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