His father was born in London on the 14 November 1962;
His father is on my sons birth cert and has always had good relations with my son.
He would assist with pleasure, however he is currently on holiday and my son is with him, so I cannot contact him immediately.
My son discussed his concerns with his Naval officer, who suggested he complete an another UK passport application and then attach a personal statement, a pen picture of himself and that he wishes to join the navy in January, which my son did, however we got the same reply such as, Needing evidence from the time my son was born that '
1, Can I provide a stamped passport which states that I had british resedency rights from 1993
2, Bank statements from 1993
3, Pay slips, or tax statements from 1993
4, a card from 1993 to state I can live in the UK?
I had advised I never had my passport stamped, and that I dont have my passport from 1993, nor did I keep bank statements and pay slips or p60 from 1993. however I could and would get the evidence from MHR tax office to send statement of all my work tax and NI contributions from as early as 1986 to time he was born if that would help, provided tax office can get me these details??, this is where I am at with passport office at the moment!
We did complete an AN1 form however did not send this off, because we were advised by my son naval officer that he did not have to complete AN1 form!
So my son completed a UK passport application form instead with a personal statement and we sent this off 2 weeks ago!
we did submit fathers passport details, but did not send in his birth certificate,
they dont seem interested in father's details because we did not marry.
got to get off soon,
You still there?
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