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Apply for your Birth Certificate On-Line and  get it Delivered World Wide


Follow these easy steps: Please take time to read.


GMTM Consultants seased with immediate effect to accept any new applications for Home Affairs Documents from 1 July 2016.


In a effort to still satisfy our clients needs we recommend TR Consultants whom have a very good track record to obtain Home Affairs documents in record time.

You can either go to TR Consultants website at Birth-certificate .co.za or follow the easy steps as set out here.


Download and Complete the Application Forms.


  • Application for a Birth Certificate DHA 154:

     •• On the top of the page mark what type of certificate .

     How to complete the document: Note we only do Unabridged expedited.

     •• Section A is the particulars of the person whom the certificate is needed for. You must  at least have          the persons I D number - applications without a ID number can not be  done.

    •• If you do not have the birth entry number just ignore.

    •• Complete as much information as possible.

    •• Section B is the particulars of the mother . If you don't have her ID number add her date of birth.

    •• Section C is the particulars of the father . If you don't have his ID number add her date of birth.

    •• Section D is the particulars of the person who does the application - please complete.


   • BI-24/1 ( This document is usually used for late registrations of birth but helps tremendously      when Home Affairs cant locate the files.)

    •• How to complete the document: If the mother or the father cant complete complete it from the         perspective of the mother or the father.

   •• Section A is the particulars of the person the certificate is applied for.

   •• Section B is the particulars of the mother of the person in section A .

   •• Section C is the particulars of the mother of the person in section A .

   •• Section D paternity: If the mother or father is not available ignore.

   •• Section E informant: It will be the mother or the father but if they are not available ignore it.


   • BI 288 avidavit. ( This document is usually used for late registrations of birth but helps      tremendously when Home Affairs cant locate the files.)

   •• Must be completed by the mother or the father.

   •• If the mother or the father is not available complete from the mother or the fathers perspective


   • Client sheet - only one per batch of  applications.


   • Power of attorney.


   • Make a copy of the following persons ID or South African passport of the following persons       whom is involved in the application.

      •• The person for whom the application is done in section A.

      •• The mother of the person in Section A ( Person whose's details are in section B)

      •• The father of the person in Section A ( Person whose's details are in section C)

      •• The person who appleis ( Person whose's details are in section D)


Then Scan the Applications to T R Consultants


   • Scan and email the applications to us at tmcsainfo@gmtm.co.za


 ( To make it easier please type pr write in block letters using a black pen)


What we do when we receive the applications.


 • We go through the applications and make sure that according to our knowledge we have enough information to start the process.

 • If we are satisfied we will send you a invoice. Invoice is payable  Immediately as the lead time only commences when the payment reflects in  our bank account.


When will the applications be lodged.


 • The applications are lodged the first working day after we have received the deposit.

 • After we have lodged the application we make sure that the application is registered on the   relevant systems and being processed.

 • We follow up and deal with any queries.

 • When the certificate is ready we collect it and proceed with it according to your instructions.


Lead Times

 • Expedited Unabridged  Birth Certificates 5 to 10 working days.

 • When does the Lead Time Commences. The first working day after all the under mentioned requirements was met.

    •• Payment reflects in our bank account.

    •• Six days after Pay Pal payments were made by yourself.

    •• All required documents and information was supplied.


Fees and Cost

 •Fees are on the second page of the client sheet or email tmcsainfo@gmail.com

 • Additional Fees not included.

    •• Forex fees of R 285 per payment from outside South Africa including Pay Pal.

    •• Cash payment bank charges of R 100 per cash payment  into our bank account.

    •• Courier fees of R 150 in South Africa and R 625 International.

    •• Apostille and authentication fees


A Bit of Information on the issued Unabridged Birth Certificate


  • The parents ID numbers will not always be included in the Unabridged Birth Certificate.

     It can show one of the following.

     •• ID number

     •• Date of Birth

     ••Age of the parents when the child was born.

Notes : Application for Birth Certificates

• Application for a Birth Certificate

  •• If you do not have the birth entry number ignore it.

  •• Mark what type of certificate you require.

  •• Supply the reason the certificate is needed for.

  •• Section A details of person certificate is needed for.

  •• Section B particulars of mother.

  •• Section C particulars of father.

  •• Section D particulars of person who applies for the certificate ( Very Important don't write your cell phone number - leave blank. We use that space for our numbers for tracking purposes.)

 • BI-24/1 ( This document is usually used for late registrations of birth but helps tremendously when Home Affairs cant locate the files.)

 • BI288 avadavat. ( This document is usually used for late registrations of birth but helps tremendously when Home Affairs cant locate the files.)

  • Download and complete the Power of attorney.


A Birth certificate is a certificate issued by your country of birth to confirm and acknowledge the registration of your birth in that specific country.

South African Birth Certificates are issued by the South African Department of Home Affairs.

Types of Birth certificates are available.

1. Abridged Birth certificate.

 This certificate only shows the persons details which will include the ID number,  Surname and Full names.

 • Cannot be Legalised by Authentication, Apostille and/or Certification at Embassy.


2. Unabridged Birth Certificate: Shows the persons as well as parents details which  include ID numbers, and place of birth.

 This certificate is the most commonly used for:

 • Visa applications.

 • New regulations from 1 July 2015 in South Africa is that when you travel with minor  children you must be in possession of a Unabridged Birth certificate.

 • School registrations

 • Application for south African passports etc.

• Only Certificate that Can Be Legalised by Authentication, Apostille and/or  Certification at Embassy.


3. Vault Copy Birth Certificate: Certified copy of the original registration of birth in the handwriting of the person whom registered the birth.

This certificate is the most commonly used for:

 • Obtaining foreign passports.

 • Obtaining ancestral visas.

 • Cannot be Legalised by Authentication, Apostille and/or Certification at Embassy.




Brief History of Birth Certificates in South Africa

Registrations of birth only became compulsory in South Africa in 1905 .


Registrations of birth started in the Cape 1n 1895, Natal 1868, Transvaal 1901 and Orange Free State in 1903


Unfortunately besides our ancestors not being the most law abiding folks around and due to illiteracy and lack of infrastructure especially in the rural areas not all births were registered and some were registered long after the births.


To obtain birth records of births before the 1900 is a vast task and the information has to be obtained from:

 • Baptism records

 • Burial records

 • Government archives

 • Deceased Estate records

 • Death notices

 • Old Government Gazettes


South African Birth Certificate