Extract from the civil register

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  • Wat is het?

    The civil register records deeds of important events during a lifetime. These are kept in the municipal registers of the civil registry. A deed is drawn up at:

    • birth
    • marriage or partnership registration
    • divorce or termination of partnership registration
    • passing away

    Apply for an Extract (DigiD or eIDAS)

    Online application is possible by using an European log-in method.
    If you need an extract from the civil register for international purposes, they are available in multiple languages on request. Please request during application.

  • How to

    You can request a copy or extract from the civil registry at the municipality where the deed was drawn up. At the municipality of Meierijstad you can request an extract or copy of the civil registration of events that took place in Schijndel, Sint-Oedenrode, Veghel, Erp and Meierijstad.

    A copy of the civil status is a complete reproduction of the deed drawn up. An extract from the civil registry contains the information that applies at the time of issue.

    Apply for a copy or extract online. Do you prefer to go to the town hall? Make an appointment (note: in Dutch) when you come in person.

  • Bring along

    You will need a vaild proof of identification (passport, ID-card or drivers license).

  • Payment

              

    Product    Price 2018
    Extract or copy civiel register      €13,20

    In Schijndel and Sint-Oedenrode you can only pay by bank card.

  • How long does it take?

    The extract will be sent within 5 working days.

  • Additional information

    International use

    If you need an extract from the civil register for international purposes, they are available in multiple languages on request. Please request during application.

    Who needs the extract?

    Would you like to request an extract from the civil register? Then you must be able to explain that you have a 'legitimate interest'. Does the extract concern yourself? Then this interest is usually clearly present. Would you like to request a copy or an extract about another person? Then the legitimate interest must be proven.

    Who can have a legitimate interest?

    • If the deed concerns yourself
    • An authorized or legal representative
    • Children or parents to those concerned
    • The heirs
    • The husband or wife
    • The registered partner
    • The legal representative
    • The person who needs it in the context of legal proceedings