Tag: National Registration Department
IGP says this ‘second phase’ of arrests will take place soon.
The Court of Appeal says the boy already holds a Philippines’ passport and Malaysia does not recognise dual citizenship.
One of the organisers says they have been suffering without the documents for many years.
But these women in their twilight years are finally the proud owners of blue ICs.
How many people out there are like Roisah Abdullah, who is hardworking and bright but cannot get anywhere in life without citizenship?
DPM says people should not blame authorities as it is parents who caused problem by not registering their marriages properly.
Fatwa states a Muslim child conceived out of wedlock is prohibited from carrying name of biological father.
Children like Muhamad Fitri and Muhamad Rizal are not able to attend school due to their stateless status.
PKR VP N Surendran, DAP's P Ramasamy and MyDaftar coordinator Siva Subramaniam, say NRD also needs to be more proactive and reduce red-tape.
Chief Statistician, Mohd Uzir Mahidin says this can help save manpower cost and also produce more accurate information.
Deputy Home Minister Nur Jazlan Mohamed says new RM1,000 fine only applies to Peninsular Malaysia, where many platforms have been provided to register newborns.
It is the Act of Parliament that has legislative authority, maintains Gopal Sri Ram.
Lai Loi Yow, 60, allegedly offered bribes on two instances as inducement to issue an identity card for her adopted child.
The Selangor Islamic Department says naming an illegitimate Muslim child after the biological father can lead to bigger problems as his guardianship is not valid in Islam.
However, any such amendment to the Births and Deaths Registration Act can also be challenged as being unconstitutional, Balwant Singh Sidhu says.
Former PM's daughter also calls Deputy Prime Minister Zahid Hamidi a sexist for neglecting to take into account Mahathir's maternal lineage.
Both have breached the law by sharing former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad's private information, says Khairuddin Abu Hassan
Smart Parents disagrees with Court of Appeal.
PKR Wanita chief Zuraida Kamaruddin gives three recommendations on how to achieve this.
PKR’s Latheefa Koya says the courts should be allowed to decide impartially without unnecessary positions being taken by government leaders on the issue.
Alana Maulad Azmi says adopted children like herself are just as much discriminated against as those born out of wedlock, because both can't use their biological father's name.
Lawyer slams National Registration Department's DG for not respecting Court of Appeal ruling on giving father's name to Muslim children born out of wedlock.
However representative from NGO that combats baby dumping and sale disagrees, saying issue of stigmatisation must be fought with change in society's mindset, not change of name.
National Registration Department says any change to the practice would only come about through a ruling from the Federal Court.