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Registry Counter Partially Reopens to the Public

28 August 2020

As of Monday, 24 August, General Registry will resume certain services for the public at its Government Administration Building counter. From Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm, the public will again be able to visit General Registry’s counter, in person, to: (a) File records on the Public Records register such as deed polls, bills of […]

As of Monday, 24 August, General Registry will resume certain services for the public at its Government Administration Building counter.

From Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm, the public will again be able to visit General Registry’s counter, in person, to:

(a) File records on the Public Records register such as deed polls, bills of sales, and debentures;
(b) register newborns; and
(c) collect birth, death, and marriage certificates ordered online.

In line with current COVID-19 protocols, persons visiting the counter are to maintain social distancing of six feet between persons not of the same household and to wear masks at all times.

Birth, death and marriage certificates must still be ordered and paid for online via www.vitals.ky and persons will be notified via email when the certificates are ready for collection at the counter.

Queries related to these activities can be emailed to cigenreg@gov.ky. For general information during business hours, persons can call 946-7922 or 244-3405.

For more information, please contact financialservices@caymangov.ky

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