You need to register your child at the town hall in Almere, providing he or she was born in Almere, within 3 days of the birth of your baby. Weekend days also count. Please refer to the birth registration deadline for more information. If the child was born in another municipality, you must register the birth with that municipality. Again, you must do this within 3 days of the birth of the baby.
You can submit a digital registration if at least 1 of the parents is a Dutch national. Only the mother or father can digitally register the birth.
Do you still have to acknowledge your child and has he or she already been born? Then you can't digitally register the birth and you’ll need to make an appointment.
This form is only available in Dutch.
You can make an appointment if you can’t digitally register the birth. Call 14 036 if you need some further assistance.
Do you live in Almere? Then register your child for the heel prick and hearing screening at JGZ Almere yourself. Do this as soon as possible: the heel prick screening must be done within 8 days of your child’s birth.
You will need to register your child within 3 days of the birth. The following thereby applies:
|Born on:||Registration at the latest on:|
|Friday (and the next Monday is a public holiday)||Wednesday|