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I am british citizen.my child born when I was Denmark.I did

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I am british citizen.my child born when I was Denmark.I did not take Birth certificate when I was in Denmark.Now I want to apply British Passaport for my child and passaport office will ask me Birth Certificate.could you give me Advise what I am going to do

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Hi
Do you mean you have never registered the birth of the child anywhere?
Where are you living at the moment?
Claire
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Yes.I have never registered anywhere.


I am Brithish.I am living London uk all the time last 20 years.Except that time I have birth my child in denmark.I just left denmark before I ragesiter.

Hi
How did you bring the child to the UK?
Did you give birth in hospital?
Claire
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

I was not feeling well so I was rushing back home uk.I just take coach from denmark to uk.


Yes I have birth in Hospital.

Hi
Do you have the hospital records?
Claire
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
no.at all.my be lost
Hi
Then I suggest that you contact the hospital in Denmark and get confirmation that you gave birth to a child there.
You will then need a DNA test to confirm that you are the child's mother.
Armed with this evidence you can attend your local Registrars Office and Register the birth
Claire
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