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18 Sep 12 #356497 by tiredandirritated
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Hi can anyone help as I am not sure if I have to list all children on form D8, even grown up children who have left home?
Am I being a wally or is the form not that clear?

Any help greatly appreciated

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18 Sep 12 #356499 by rubytuesday
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You only list dependant children, and those who are at Uni. Grown-up "children" who have left home are adults, and independent, so aren''t a factor.

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18 Sep 12 #356504 by tiredandirritated
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Thank you for that now all I need is to find the marriage certificate as I think she may have taken it!
Regards

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18 Sep 12 #356506 by rubytuesday
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You can just order a replacement copy from the registry office where you registered the marriage, should only cost a few pounds ;)

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18 Sep 12 #356518 by tiredandirritated
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Rubytuesday Im on to it now.

Thanks for reply

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