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WHAT IS:A document showing proof of a permanent National Insurance number?

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    A payslip.
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    There are quite a few things that you could use. For example, a National Insurance numbercard, payslips, or a form P45 or P60 from an employer.
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    Photocopy your National Insurance card?
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    (Original post by Illusionary)
    There are quite a few things that you could use. For example, a National Insurance numbercard, payslips, or a form P45 or P60 from an employer.
    So I can use my red and blue national insurance number card?. yayyyyyyyyyyy!. It s such a relief. Thank you.

    Also, you wouldn't happen to know how i can obtain a: 'Home Office letter which indicates the person named is allowed to stay indefinitely in the UK.'

    Which number do I contact ?. Will it cost money?.
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    (Original post by viktavondoom)
    A payslip.
    You wouldn't happen to know how i can obtain a: 'Home Office letter which indicates the person named is allowed to stay indefinitely in the UK.'

    Which number do I contact ?. Will it cost money?.
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    (Original post by optimisticbabe)
    So I can use my red and blue national insurance number card?. yayyyyyyyyyyy!. It s such a relief. Thank you.

    Also, you wouldn't happen to know how i can obtain a: 'Home Office letter which indicates the person named is allowed to stay indefinitely in the UK.'

    Which number do I contact ?. Will it cost money?.
    http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/contact/

    Or, alternatively, you can apply for various services online: http://apply.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/iapply.portal

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