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You will also receive an email with a link to the waiver.
Please do not re-register in order to print confirmation sheet again!
In this case your baby's documents will be sent to you in the post from the Manchester Office, when the declaration has been received.
Please note: If you wish to obtain a copy of the full, standard birth certificate, at a cost of £4, you will need to provide a cheque or postal order, made payable to "Manchester City Council", to the registrar taking the declaration.
You have a legal responsibility to register your baby within 42 days of the birth.(a) The following offenders convicted of arson, a violation of Penal Code (PC) section 451, 451.5 or 453, and offenders convicted of attempted arson, which includes but is not limited to, a violation of PC section 455, shall register:(2) Any offender who, on or after January 1, 1985 through November 29, 1994, inclusive, is convicted in any court in California of arson or attempted arson, shall be required to register for a period of five years beginning, in the case where he or she was confined for the offense, from the date of his or her release from confinement, or if he or she was not confined for the offense, from the date of sentencing or discharge if he or she was ordered by the court at the time of sentencing to register as an arson offender.(b) Registration Timing and Jurisdiction(s) Where to Register: Offenders with a registration obligation under subsection (a) above must register within 14 days of coming into or changing residence or location within any city, county, city and county, or campus where he or she temporarily resides, or if he or she has no residence, is located with the following law enforcement:(1) Chief of Police: If the person is residing in a city, or if the person has no residence and is located in a city, he or she must register with the Chief of Police of the city where he or she is residing or located, or;(2) Sheriff: If the person is residing in an unincorporated area or in a city that does not have a police department, or if the person has no residence and is located in an unincorporated area or in a city that does not have a police department, he or she must register with the Sheriff of the county where the person is residing or located.(3) Chief of Police, Campus: If the person is residing at a campus of the University of California, the California State University, or a community college, or if the person has no residence and is located at one of these places, he or she must register with the Chief of Police of that campus, in addition to registering with either the Chief of Police or Sheriff.(c) Information: Law enforcement agencies shall make registration information of arson registrants required to register under subsection (a)(2) above available to the chief fire official of a legally organized fire department or fire protection district having local jurisdiction where the person resides.Law enforcement agencies are permitted to make registration information of arson registrants required to register under both (a)(1) and (a)(2) above available to regularly employed peace officers and to other law enforcement officers, including those employed by fire departments and fire protection districts.(d) Change of Residence: If an arson offender required to register by PC section 457.1 changes his or her residence address, he or she shall inform, in writing, within 10 days, the law enforcement agency with whom he or she last registered of his or her new address. If you did not print the confirmation waiver, you may print a new waiver here. Print out the waiver that confirms your registration.
Further information can also be obtained from the Stonewall website - guide to ' Parenthood for same-sex couples' By law, you must register a birth within six weeks (42 days).