Birth Certificate Record and making correction in my names

Gentille Musengimana yatanze iki Ubwisanzure bwo kumenya amakuru kibazo kuri Minisiteri y'Ubutabera

Ikibazo cyarasubijwe.

Iva: Gentille Musengimana

Dear Ministry of Justice,

I had discriptancy in my names and needed to ask for permission to
make corrections. I sent a lawyer who opened a case in Nyarugenge
court. The court made its decision and investigations. when i
submitted to immigrations to make corrections in my passport as per
court decision, they told me that it need to come out in official
gazete. I want to get birt certificate order (act de naissance) to
proceed. the only document i have for now is the court decision.
what can i do to get act de naissance. Is the proceedures i want to
follow correct? i need advice.
Yours faithfully,
Gentille

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Iva: Odette Yankulije
Minisiteri y'Ubutabera

Dear Gentille

If the discrepancy that you are talking about will needs to change your names (from the names that you were given from your childhood to other names) that proceed is wrong. You will need to write to the Minister of Justice asking him the authorization to change your names, give sounds reasons why you want to change your names and show the new name (s) that you wish to have. You will annex to letter the copy of your ID or Passport and other relevant documents supporting your request. You will need also to attach to that letter, the Birth Certificate. To get this, you take the court decision that you mentioned in your email to the Executive Secretary of the Sector where you was born and from that court decision, he will make the birth certificate.

If the discrepancy does not make any change to your names but simple correction, you will take the court decision to the institution where you want to have your names corrected.

Best regards

YANKULIJE Odette
Head of Access to Justice Services Department/Principal State Attorney
Ministry of Justice
Kigali Rwanda

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From: Gentille Musengimana [[ATI #118 email]]
Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2016 12:49 PM
To: Odette Yankulije
Subject: Access to information request - Birth Certificate Record and making correction in my names

Dear Ministry of Justice,

I had discriptancy in my names and needed to ask for permission to make corrections. I sent a lawyer who opened a case in Nyarugenge court. The court made its decision and investigations. when i submitted to immigrations to make corrections in my passport as per court decision, they told me that it need to come out in official gazete. I want to get birt certificate order (act de naissance) to proceed. the only document i have for now is the court decision. what can i do to get act de naissance. Is the proceedures i want to follow correct? i need advice.
Yours faithfully,
Gentille

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