Applicants above 18 years of age
Iranians above 18, who have been born in the Netherlands, may apply for obtaining a Birth Certificate (BC) for themselves. For this purpose the below “required documents” must be carefully read, the documents fully collected and sent to the embassy. Then a prescheduled appointment is to be booked and a referral (in company of parents) made to the Embassy’s consular section, for undersigning of the relevant affidavit in the presence of the respective consular officer.
- Filled out application form [no. 207b] for issuance of BC
- Completed affidavit [no.210b], to be undersigned at the embassy
- Original International Certificate of Birth issued by local Municipality (GEMENTEE) :
“ INTERNATIONALE UITTREKSEL UIT DE GEBOORTEAKTE ”
- Original new BCs of Parents
- Six 3x4cm ID photos of the applicant Including a full face, front view, open eyes, without a hat, glasses or neck scarves, with the exception of headscarves(hijab for women)). [The individual’s personal details must be inscribed on the back of every piece of photo]
- A photocopy of applicant’s Dutch Residence permit or Identity Card (Identiteitskaart ).
* Click here to view the application form
*PLEASE NOTE: The form should be filled out with names and surnames of parents exactly as registered in their respective Birth certificates, and be undersigned and stamped. In case of difference and non correspondence of the parents’ BCs, it is necessary to amend the certificates of Birth before submission of documents.
* Prior to applying for a BC, the applicant must obtain and submit two cards imprinted with his/her finger prints that have been authenticated and validated by the Dutch Police (undersigned and stamped). These cards, upon which the fingerprints are to be imprinted, may be delivered to applicant by post, upon the request from the consular section. These cards must then be taken to the Police department, and be imprinted with the individual’s fingerprints, in presence of a police officer, who will then proceed to undersign and stamp the cards. Getting fingerprints done at the Embassy is equally possible, with a prescheduled appointment.
*Payment of fees for issuance of BC at the consular section