I was born after 83 so when giving notice I have to give my parents birth certificates aswel, how does if work I no longer have contact with my father. If anybody has been in that situation. Thanks
I have just done my notice and used birth certificate as documentation.
As I was born after 83 I only needed mine and my mums. Never asked for my dads certificate. Maybe double check if they need both?
If you do need your Dads you can get a copy from the registrar yourself, as long as you know where he was born it should be pretty easy to get x
I was born 87 and just put my notice in and didn’t need any documentation about my parents... is this just in certain places? Xx
I was born in 92 but never had to have any birth certificates! Maybe it's specific to certain areas
Born is 85. I only had to give them my mum's birth certificate
You only need to give details of on parent, but if you need your fathers one you can order one if you know where he was born
I didn't have my dads birth certificate and he was dead. We just filled in what we could with the vicar.
This is only needed if you dont have a passport
I was born 91. When we gave notice we just needed to know parents occupations x
We only needed ours and our mothers birth certificates.
But if you know where he was born and the date you can get a copy from https://replacementcertificates.org.uk/?hero=birth-certificate&utm_source=Google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=AdWords&kw=birth certificate uk&mt=p&gclid=CjwKCAiAx_DwBRAfEiwA3vwZYrxDJ6RHSx_KeAyUQazfSF_navl4lBHDUWqs8r-0RFK6Egwf4cWjLRoCnQUQAvD_BwE but you'll have 2 pay for a copy x
I was born in 91 and only needed my full birth certificate?
Born in 92 and not had to give any documents. Just had to tell vicar parents names, occupations and DOB
I was born in ‘96. Booked my appointment to give notice last week and was only told to take mine and my fiancé’s birth certificate🤔 no mention of parents birth certificates x
I was born in 90 and my fiance in 84. Neither of us needed our parents birth certificates, just passports driving licences and also to know what our respective Dads did/ do for a living. The docs you need must be different in each
I was born in 83 i didnt need mums or dads mum passed away they didnt ask for my dads
I was born 94 and only needed ID for myself and partner not parents 🙂
If your parents weren’t married when you were born you only take your mothers. Although your biological father goes on the certificate unless you state otherwise
When I gave notice I only needed mine and my hubby's birth certificates and explained that the man on mine has nothing to do with me and I got to put my step father down or they would have left it blank for mexx
I was born in 83 and my partner in 90 and neither of us needed our parents birth certificates, just our passport and a utility bill with our address on.
Why is it required to have parents details when giving notice?
I was born 97 and all we needed was mine and my h2b passport
Parents I'd was never mentioned x
Just tell them you're no longer in contact as long as you have your mum's that's fine (exactly what I did) 😊
What is this about, why do you need parents birth certificates?? 🤦🏼♀️
We had to take our mothers birth certificates because we didn’t have in date passports and being born after 83 the birth certificates changed and no longer show ethnicity. You only need either your mum or your dads, not both parents.
I needed ours but explained my dad was deceased and partners not been in touch since many years ago. They were fine with it
I only thought they needed this if you didnt have a passport?
I need mine to as I have no passport but I’ve only got to take my own and my mothers
All you need is passport and driving license in London xx
Ben Hubery didn't know this, think my passport is due to run out
For people, if you have a valid passport (I.e. in date, with your correct name from birth) then you don’t need your mums birth certificate (we were told only our mums were needed as my husband has no contact with his father and mine is deceased).
Otherwise, they need your mothers birth certificate to validate your maiden name and your nationality. If you have a passport then those checks would already have been done at some point so a passport suffices
I was born in 85 and I did mine through the church - didn’t have to provide parents birth certificates. They only needed to know father’s occupation, to which my partner replied ‘professional dead person, is that an occupation’ - we laughed and that was it, put down as deceased and his occupation whilst he was alive.
I was born in 87 and didn’t have to give anything other then my driving license
I’m 95 and only needed photo Id x my H2B needed his birth certificate as he changed his name xx
Never thought of that!
I was born 85 and gave notice about a month ago I didn’t need my parents birth certificates
I was born on 83 and never had to provide my parents birth certificates just gave names and occupations xxx
I just provided a cover letter stating I had no contact with him x
I was born in 82 I didn't have to give either of my parents birth certificates thankfully x
I only gave in my.mums I was told it was only one parents birth certificate xxx
I was born 97, I was never asked, I'm confused, is this a 80's children thing?
So I have a question... I need to give notice this month, I’ve noticed my passport has slight water damage to the corner of my photo but it’s still in date. My mum doesn’t have my birth certificate and I was born in 94. Does anyone know what I can do in this situation?
I definitely didn’t need parents birth certificates and I was born after 1983. Is this because you don’t have a passport?
I was born in 1997 and I didn’t need a birth certificate for my parents all they needed was what my dad did, just took id & passport council tax to prove where I’m living and that was it
I was born in 92 and my partner 89 and we didn't need ours or our parents birth certificates!
I was born in 86 and didn't need any documents relating to my parents
Only took my own birth certificate and my dad has passed away and only verbally told them that at the appointment
I was born 83 I didnt need my dads but I needed my mums, she had no idea where hers was so I ordered one online, it was delivered to me, I paid mum didnt need to do anything.
I didn’t have to provide any birth certificates and I was born in 91 . You just need your passport or driving licence.
I was born 1992 and only needed my mums, when asked about my father for the certificate I said I hadn't seen him since I was a child and she just left him blank x
I was born in 1990, didn’t need any parents documentation...
I didn't have to take any certificates except my own! We had to say our father's names, date of birth and occupation is all.
I was born in 85 and only had to give my fathers Info. No birth certificates xx
I gave notice last April before marrying in October. I didn’t have to show my parents birth certificate? We just had to take id. I was born in 93
They always ask for the brides fathers name because you get the choice whether you want his name on your marriage certificate xx
Tbf my brothers both hot married in the last 5 years and both born after 83 eldest had big issues as my late father had passed away so he had to take in the marriage and death certificates. My younger brother had no issues as he did exactly what my other brother did. I imagen myself and sister will be the same. But then I am curious how in years to come it will work as two of my children dont have contact with their dads and neither dad is on their birth certificates
I was born in 84. When I gave notice I just took mum's birth certificate and explained I have nothing to do with my dad. Wasnt a problem at all xx
I was born in 82 and only need my birth certificate for my notices didn't need mum or dads
My fiancé needed to take his and his mums birth certificates because he didn’t have a passport. I just needed my own birth certificate and passport. It’s to prove you are British. If you’ve got mums you won’t need dads as well x
I was only told to take my mothers certificate x
I was born in 89 and only needed mine and my partners and they asked full names of both our parents and maiden names etc.
I’m 85 have no passport and didn’t need my parents birth certificate 🤔
It must be area specific. We only had to take our own when we went to get ours sorted with registrar.
We had to provide info of parents professions but definitely not birth certificates
I was born in 87, my husband 88. we got married Aug 2019 in a Church of England, never had to provide their birth certificates?
I was born in 86, my partner in 87. We just needed photo ID for each of us and proof of address, that was it. Just needed to know full names and occupations of parents
I only took mine and hubbies I’m sure and advised I do not have anything to do With my biological sperm Donor and they said that’s fine u can leave it blank or in my case they asked if i wanted to request my dad (step) to be on it and it was granted xx
I was born after 83 but I didn't need his there birth certificate x
You can buy his birth certificate online.
if you know the area he was born, then just get a copy of the certificate
Just has to be one i think. But i used my passport and no birth certificate was needed x
This might sound really naieve but I’ve never heard of giving notice can someone explain to me what it is please?
My husband was born 85 and I was born 86 and all we had to do was take ours and our mothers x
I was born in 95 and we took our birth certificates and our mothers (as that’s what was asked of us.) My partner has very limited contact with his father but other than asking to confirm who he was, occupation and date of birth nothing more was said about him. x
Civil ceremony or religious? I was born in 95 and didn't have to provide anything on my parents except names and careers
I was born in 86. Only mine and my fiancé’s birth certificate was required. X
Born 85 was never asked for parents birth certificates.
I was born in 1991 and we only needed to take our driving licences with us! Give them a ring and explain? I don't have contact with my dad and I couldn't answer any of the questions about him and they were happy with it x
Born 95 and just needed proof of my and fiancée identity and address - so we took our drivers licenses
I was born in 94 and didn’t have to give birth certificates of my parents they didn’t ask much about them at all. I’d question it x
We plan on marrying next year and I have nothing to do with my parents is firm even know there was this rule 😂😂 I'm in Scotland so don't know if things are different here
I was born in 85 and I didn’t have to give my parents birth certificates??
I have to has well
My fiancee was born in 92 (i'm american so my stuff is different anyway) but all he needed was his passport and license
Zoe Dzuba-Smith is that right?? I don’t remember them saying anything about that?? Xxx
I wasn’t aware u have to give your parents as well