Identification, Reg. And Clasif. D/Potencial Human Birth Registration Up To 10 A?Os - Full Text Of The Norm

Original Language Title: IDENTIFICACION, REG. Y CLASIF. D/POTENCIAL HUMANO INSCRIPCION NACIMIENTOS HASTA 10 A?OS - Texto completo de la norma

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IDENTIFIFICATION, REGISTRATION AND CLASIFICATION OF NATIONAL HUMAN POTENCEL Law 25.819 Birth registration of minors up to 10 years old. Replace the procedure established by Decree-Law No. 8204/63, ratified by Act No. 16.478 and its amendments. Sanctioned: November 12, 2003. Promulgated: December 3, 2003.

The Senate and Chamber of Deputies of the Argentine Nation assembled in Congress, etc. sanction with force of Law:

ARTICLE 1 Replace the procedure established by articles 28 and 29 of the Decree- Act No. 8204/63 ratified by Act No. 16,478 and its amendments to the term of UN (1) year after the enactment of this Act, in order to effect birth registrations for children up to TEN (10) years of age, which had not been registered at the time of the present sanction. ARTICLE 2 Persons obliged to apply for birth registration pursuant to article 30 of Decree-Law No. 8204/63 ratified by Act No. 16.478 and its amendments, during the suspension established in article 1 of the present, shall be submitted to the Civil Registry closest to the minor ' s home, and shall be accompanied by:

(a) Medical certificate issued by public establishment for the purpose of specifying the sex and presumed age of the offender.

(b) Two persons capable of witnessing at the time of birth in accordance with local regulations, in order to prove the extremes reported and to confirm the accuracy of the claims made by the obligation.

(c) Negative birth registration certificate issued by the competent authority in the alleged place where the birth would have occurred.

The defendant and the witnesses must establish their identity by presenting their national identity document. The public official shall record, in each record, the numbers of the national identity document submitted and, upon subscription of the intervening persons, state that it is broken in accordance with the provisions of this law.

ARTICLE 3 Simultaneously to the birth registration, the public official concerned shall proceed to award the corresponding national identity document, having to record the number awarded in the birth certificate, which is in accordance with this law. ARTICLE 4 The granting of the national identity document under the provisions of article 3 shall be free of charge. ARTICLE 5° Explain, during the termination of the suspension provided for in article 1 of the present, the payment of fines and any penalties to which they have incurred the offences provided for in article 37 of Act No. 17.671 and its amendments. ARTICLE 6 Registration procedures that take place during the termination of the suspension provided for in article 1 of the present period shall be exempt from any tax burden and exempt from the payment of the fine and the penalties provided for in article 78 of Decree-Law No. 8204/63 ratified by Act No. 16.478 and its amendments. ARTICLE 7 The national, provincial and Autonomous City authorities of Buenos Aires will take the necessary measures to carry out a campaign of wide dissemination of the scope of this law. ARTICLE 8 The cost of carrying out identifiable functions, the provision of national identity documents, their issuance and subsequent surrender to their holders shall be charged to the specific headings of the NATIONAL DIRECTION OF THE NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF PERSONS, for which purpose, through the JEFATURA DE GABINETE DE MINISTROS, the relevant budgetary adjustments shall be made. ARTICLE 9 Contact the national executive branch.

IN THE SESSION OF THE ARGENTINE CONGRESS, IN GOOD AIRES, TO THE DIASS OF THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER OF THE YEAR DOS MIL TRES.

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EDUARDO O. CHANGE. . JOSE L. GIOJA. . Eduardo D. Rollano. . Juan Estrada.