Information on the processing of your data in the registry office
The registry office records your civil status data (including name, date of birth, parentage) in registers and files. On this basis, documents and certificates are issued and information is provided. In addition, your data will be processed insofar as this is necessary for leaving a church, religious community or ideological community. Responsible for the processing of the data is the registry office of the island municipality of Juist, Friesenstr. 18, 26571 Juist, Tel.: +49 4935 809321, standesamt(at)juist.de. The employees will provide more detailed information on the processing of your data and are responsible if you wish to assert rights in connection with the processing of data.
The legal basis for the processing activities results from the Civil Status Act, the Civil Status Ordinance, if necessary corresponding international regulations as well as from §§ 2, 5 para. 3 Church Leaving Act, the Basic Data Protection Ordinance and the Lower Saxony Data Protection Act.
The data of the registry offices may only be disclosed to other domestic and foreign registry offices, other persons, other authorities, courts, if applicable religious communities and consular representations of other countries if this is permitted by law.
The data recorded in registers shall be kept permanently. They are to be offered to the archives for acquisition together with the data contained in the associated files after 30, 80 or 110 years, depending on the type of personal status transaction. Church resignations are kept for 30 years and can then be taken over by the archives.
You can reach the data protection officer of the Juist registry office at Zweckverband Kommunale Datenverarbeitung Oldenburg (KDO), Tel.: +49 441 9714159, knoeller(at)kdo.de. If you have any questions or complaints, you can also contact the State Commissioner for Data Protection of Lower Saxony. She or your responsible employee at the registrar's office will also provide you with information about your rights as a data subject under the General Data Protection Regulation.