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Could you explain your situation in a little more detail please and what it is that you want to know about this?
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Thank you. Do you have a birth certificate which shows the correct date of birth?
Has this caused any problems for you?
Have you raise the issue with UK Visas & Immigration?
What do you have? BRP? ILR? What doc do you want to amend? Thanks
This is not actually the correct webpage but it has links to the forms that you need.
if you have indefinite leave to remain, complete form NTL. If you have leave to remain complete form TOC.
However, in both cases you need to supply a covering letter explaining exactly what’s gone wrong and why the date of birth is wrong and also include the original date of birth certificate. It is a valuable document and therefore make sure that you send this by Royal Mail Special Delivery. Also make sure that you keep a copy safe.
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You just fill the document in with your correct date of birth.
Notification that this is a correction goes in the covering letter.
what is the point that you are making?
I can see now why the solicitor is insisting that you have a valuation done. He is covering his back to prevent any allegation in the future that he has been negligent in failing to advise you in respect of the cost if you are paying double what the landlord is actually allowed to charge you.
It’s not a case of giving permission for the lease extension, he has to extend it. You have a statutory right.
If the solicitor doesn’t deal with lease extensions, find another one.
I apologise, the previous post is from a different thread.
What you do is make the same application again with the correct date of birth but put a covering letter explaining why the correction and enclose the original birth certificate.
Because a person only has one birthday, there is no standard form for someone to apply to change date of birth. You are expected to do it correctly in the first place. Hence, you fill the same form in again that you filled in before but send it with the covering letter.
Is not a service that we would be able to provide for you. It is simply a case of completing the form and sending it along with a covering letter and the original birth certificate. It’s a straightforward process and there is no point in involving a solicitor who would charge £200 per hour for dealing with something that you could easily do yourself.
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