Now onwards, applicants of ‘Birth and Death certificates’ will receive the certificates in their mailboxes through Bahrain Post within 24 hours of applying. To avail the service, applicants should submit their requests either online via Bahrain.bh or physically at the Birth and Deaths Unit at the iGA’s headquarters in Isa Town.
In addition to the regular service delivery costs, a maximum additional delivery fee of BD1 is chargeable, regardless of the number of applications requested to the same delivery address. However, in case the delivery package is not received, recipients will be notified to contact their post offices to arrange for collection.
The arrangement follows an agreement between the iGA and the Ministry of Transportation & Telecommunication, represented by Bahrain Post, recently at iGA headquarters in Isa Town. The service is in line with iGA’s efforts to further improve its services and deliver them to the public in an efficient and timely manner.