Civil Registry to close in November

The current Civil Registry building.

ST. EUSTATIUS–The Civil Registry (Census Office) of St. Eustatius will be temporarily closed in November. The Civil Registry’s client desk (klantenloket) will be moving to a new location. Therefore, the office will be closed from Monday, November 13, through Friday, November 17.

  During the move to the ground floor of the Finance Building at Chapel Piece #3 there will be no services available. No documents can be requested or issued and no payments can be made.

  The Civil Registry’s advice concerning documents and passports is for persons to make sure their documents are still valid.

  If anyone needs a new passport one should apply as soon as possible and no later than November 10 and to please note that the time between the request and pick-up is about two weeks.

  Concerning the acquisition of driving licences and identification (ID) cards, these will be issued no later than November 3. The driver’s licence or ID card is ready while one waits.

  The Civil Registry will reopen for all services on Monday. November 20. The Civil Registry extends its apologies for the inconvenience this move might cause and thanks everyone in advance for their understanding and patience.

Source: The Daily Herald