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    My daughter’s applaction was rejected because her old house address couldn’t be verified.

    I am her father.

    We sold our house in 2015 and it was converted into flats and they now have our post code.

    How do you recommend we deal with this not unique situation?

    Thanks

    Paul van Barthol
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    Hello

    My daughter’s applaction was rejected because her old house address couldn’t be verified.

    I am her father.

    We sold our house in 2015 and it was converted into flats and they now have our post code.

    How do you recommend we deal with this not unique situation?

    Thanks

    Paul van Barthol
    Which bank and are they asking for last three years proof of address?

    Is this all in the UK? Are you EU or UK nationals?

    You can look at the HSBC list for examples of documents
    https://www.hsbc.co.uk/1/2/popups/st...n-verification

    Are you saying they have gotten back to you and will not process because that address no longer exists? Eben if you have documentation to that address?
 
 
 
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