I cant find anyone to sign my passport

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I’ve tried 3 people to help me confirm my identity online and they have all been rejected if anyone has any ideas please help
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I got the bloke from the cornershop to do mine, maybe you could ask the bloke at your cornershop as well?
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get a teaacher
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Send £50 to my bitcoin wallet and ill do it.
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Let me sign it lol
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You can ask a family relative or a close friend to sign it.
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Really?
I'm just joking, but you can ask a family relative or a close friend, a teacher, a work college etc. There are many options. Different relatives within your family, parents, siblings, aunts, uncles?
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I got the bloke from the cornershop to do mine, maybe you could ask the bloke at your cornershop as well?
I’m gonna try this tomorrow hopefully they say they can do it
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I’m gonna try this tomorrow hopefully they say they can do it
As long as you've been going there fairly regularly for 2 years there shouldn't be an issue.
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I’ve tried 3 people to help me confirm my identity online and they have all been rejected if anyone has any ideas please help
Have a look through the list. Have you tried a teacher at your current/last school?
https://www.gov.uk/countersigning-pa...tersignatories

They can't be related to you by birth or marriage.
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I'm just joking, but you can ask a family relative or a close friend, a teacher, a work college etc. There are many options. Different relatives within your family, parents, siblings, aunts, uncles?
You cannot use a relative - it has to be a professional.
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One of my dad's work friends (that had met me a few times) signed mine I think, maybe you could ask your parents if anyone they know would sign.
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I'm just joking, but you can ask a family relative or a close friend, a teacher, a work college etc. There are many options. Different relatives within your family, parents, siblings, aunts, uncles?
This is wrong you cannot use relatives. The local chemist is anothet suggestion. Doctor would do it for money. Teacher or civil servant or bank worker.
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This is wrong you cannot use relatives. The local chemist is anothet suggestion. Doctor would do it for money. Teacher or civil servant or bank worker.
Does the chemist have to know me? Or will they do it anyway
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Does the chemist have to know me? Or will they do it anyway
I don't think you mean that? Of course they have to know you, they are signing to say they know you. Do you have neighbours who were 'professionals', even if retired? Teacher/lawyer/businessman/anyone 'traceable' really. Established/permanent Civil Servants can do it
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I don't think you mean that? Of course they have to know you, they are signing to say they know you. Do you have neighbours who were 'professionals', even if retired? Teacher/lawyer/businessman/anyone 'traceable' really. Established/permanent Civil Servants can do it
My neighbour is a firefighter, does that count?
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My neighbour is a firefighter, does that count?
Yes.
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Yes.
I’m going to ask the shopkeeper I go in and talk to but if not I’ll try my neighbour
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Yes.
Yes fireighter is fine.Chemist would have to. know you ie you are in there regularly and they would recognise you.
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I’m going to ask the shopkeeper I go in and talk to but if not I’ll try my neighbour
What type of shop is it? If it's a small corner shop that isn't VAT registered or operating as a limited company then the owner won't qualify. Your neighbour might be safer provided they've known you for 2+ years.
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