|Belonger, elector registration continues until June 29|
|Friday, 01 June 2012 15:48|
Turks and Caicos Islanders have until June 29 to register to vote and to obtain Belonger cards.
Obtaining a Belonger card is currently free, but one or more original unlaminated birth certificates are required for registration. For those who do not have birth certificates, the $40 fee for obtaining birth certificates has been reduced to $20 until June 29.
After June 29, the birth certificate fee will return to $40, and a fee that has not yet been determined will be charged for Belonger cards.
The joint registration with the Elections Office is sharing data to inform the electoral roll for the possibility of elections before the end of the year.
Members of the two political parties are offering assistance to people who are having trouble understanding the process and documents needed to register.
E. Jay Saunders, a former candidate for leader of the Progressive National Party, has created an online tool to help navigate the process at www.surveymonkey.com/s/tcivoterregistration.
Sean Astwood, a former deputy leader of the People’s Democratic Movement, has announced that his party’s office on Providenciales will be open through June 29 to help people with registration.
For further information, visit the government’s website at www.gov.tc.
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