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Online applications for legal certificates to begin December 1

Online applications for legal certificates to begin December 1

- November 2, 2022

Within just one month, persons in Guyana and the diaspora will have easier access to services provided by the Guyana ... Read More

Older, handwritten certificates still valid – Registrar General

Older, handwritten certificates still valid – Registrar General

- November 2, 2022

Registrar General of the Guyana Register Office (GRO), Raymond Cummings said while new certificates are becoming mainstream, older handwritten versions ... Read More

PNC/R executive awarded $23M contract to print birth certificates

PNC/R executive awarded $23M contract to print birth certificates

- September 21, 2020

PNC/R Executive Mr. Lawrence ‘Larry’ London, benefitted from a $23 million contract to print birth certificates on behalf of the ... Read More

Dozens of birth certificates distributed in Region One – residents of Sebai, Eclipse Falls and Citrus Grove now documented

Dozens of birth certificates distributed in Region One – residents of Sebai, Eclipse Falls and Citrus Grove now documented

- May 4, 2018

DPI, GUYANA, Friday, May 4, 2018 Several residents of Sebai, Eclipse Falls and Citrus Grove in Region One uplifted their ... Read More

Over 200 birth certificates distributed to Baramita residents

Over 200 birth certificates distributed to Baramita residents

- August 16, 2017

DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, August 16, 2017 Over 200 birth certificates were distributed to residents of  Baramita, Region One over the ... Read More

Baramita residents get to raise concerns with Vice President Allicock

Baramita residents get to raise concerns with Vice President Allicock

- April 3, 2017

GUYANA, GINA, Monday, April 3, 2017 The Residents of Baramita, Region One got the opportunity to raise their concerns with ... Read More

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