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    I highly doubt that. You CANNOT use your work documents as proof. You have to have some form of legal or governmental document.

    I plan to change everything in one go. My passport, drivers licence, etc... anyone knows anything about NI card?!
    No at the time all he needed was two letters with his name on them and a bank statement, so he used his work contract (Stanley Chase), a pay slip (S Chase) and a letter addressed to Mr Chase.

    This is what he told me, and he does have an account in the name of Stanley Chase.
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    (Original post by Greghouse)
    No at the time all he needed was two letters with his name on them and a bank statement, so he used his work contract (Stanley Chase), a pay slip (S Chase) and a letter addressed to Mr Chase.

    This is what he told me, and he does have an account in the name of Stanley Chase.
    Wow, the things you can get away with...
    Might have changed now then.... meh, not sure....
 
 
 

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