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    I am an EU national who has been living and studying in the UK for around 7 years now. I have both a passport (non-UK) and an identity card. Do I need to submit my birth certificate along with 'Birth/Adoption Certificate form' if I provide my card or the passport?

    While the actual form I'm attempting to complete (PN1) is pretty clear that I only need one or the other, the guide that comes with it is not so. That's why I'd like some clearing up on the issue since the only 'respectable standing' individuals with a UK passport who have known me for more than two years are the teachers from my previous school which I might have trouble getting it touch with.

    Oh also, does anyone know what kind of details need to be provided in 'section 3 residence' question a5? They can't possibly be asking me to fit in both my past educational background, and my parents work details in that small box.
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    (Original post by Aedif)
    I am an EU national who has been living and studying in the UK for around 7 years now. I have both a passport (non-UK) and an identity card. Do I need to submit my birth certificate along with 'Birth/Adoption Certificate form' if I provide my card or the passport?

    While the actual form I'm attempting to complete (PN1) is pretty clear that I only need one or the other, the guide that comes with it is not so. That's why I'd like some clearing up on the issue since the only 'respectable standing' individuals with a UK passport who have known me for more than two years are the teachers from my previous school which I might have trouble getting it touch with.

    Oh also, does anyone know what kind of details need to be provided in 'section 3 residence' question a5? They can't possibly be asking me to fit in both my past educational background, and my parents work details in that small box.
    For your identity you need your passport and identity card not birth cert.
    make sure you send by registered post.

    You will need to use a seperate piece of paper if you cant get it all in the box.
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    (Original post by ssvlcond)
    For your identity you need your passport and identity card not birth cert.
    make sure you send by registered post.

    You will need to use a seperate piece of paper if you cant get it all in the box.
    Thank you. I put in my passport and sent it out yesterday. Hope it gets processed without any hiccups.

    Does anyone have any idea as to how long it will take for me to receive a reply?
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    (Original post by Aedif)
    Thank you. I put in my passport and sent it out yesterday. Hope it gets processed without any hiccups.

    Does anyone have any idea as to how long it will take for me to receive a reply?
    Normally about 6 weeks.
 
 
 
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