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Mongolia - Register Adoption

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  1. To register an adoption you will need to prepare these following documents:
    1. Hand-written consent of biological parents
    2. Application of adoptive parents
    3. Copy of marriage certificate
    4. ID’s of adoptive and biological parents or guardian
    5. Birth certificate of the child, hand-written consent of the child above the age of 7
    6. Health record of adopting parents /AIDS, psychiatry, tuberculosis/
    7. Police record of adopting parents
  2. After the release of Governor’s decree, apply for registration at your local soum or district state registration division..
  3. The biological and adopting parents must be present during the registration process.
  4. Complete an application form and submit it together with all the required documents.
  5. The registry officer will inform you when will you be able to collect the certificate of registration.


If you are outside Mongolia

You may use the contact information provided under 'Office Locations & Contacts' section to get in touch with Mongolia's consular service office, to inquire about the procedure on how you can register an adoption.

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Required Documents

  • Hand-written consent of biological parents
  • Application of adoptive parents
  • Copy of marriage certificate
  • ID’s of adoptive and biological parents or guardian
  • Birth certificate of the child, hand-written consent of the child above the age of 7
  • Health record of adopting parents /AIDS, psychiatry, tuberculosis/
  • Police record of adopting parents

Office Locations & Contacts

CIVIL REGISTRATION OFFICE

Denver Street, Sukhbaatar District,
7th khoroo, 11th khoroolol,
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Phone: (976-11) 320502, 1900-1890

Fax: (976-11) 320274

email : [email protected]


MONGOLIAN DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS ABROAD

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Eligibility

The presence of the biological and adopting parents are required during the registration process.

Fees

Certificate fee: 2500 MNT

Validity

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e.g. Birth Certificate Valid Forever

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Instructions

Established on 23 November, 1940, by the resolution No. 44 of the Ministerial Council of the People’s Republic of Mongolia the State Registration office provides public service on state Civil registration, Property right’s registration Legal entitles registration and Intellectual property rights registration to public and business organization and citizens.

Consulate and Diplomatic Representative offices in overseas provided registration services accordance with the law.

Required Information

Reference of permanent place of residence

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Need for the Document

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External Links

http://burtgel.gov.mn

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