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I was born in India . I am a British Citizen. When I applied for British nationality in 1988 I was told I was a British national before the nationality act came in in 1981
My wife was born in India. Her father is saying he does not registering her birth so she does not have a birth certificate. Her date of birth on her passport is from the school registration. I have my birth certificate and it is correct.
my date of birth is correct on my birth certificate. but my wife has not got a birth certificate because it was long time ago and her father is saying her birth was not registered.
Her father is saying the passport was made with the dob from her school registration.
The date on her passport is used on every document but is not correct on our marriage certificate
The question was our on our MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE are wrong not the passports.
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