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    Howdie



    I'm just finishing off the DIMIA application form. On the section that
    asks for names & dob's of family I have got a bit stuck. My hubby has no
    contact with his mother and therefore I can't get her date of birth.
    Should I put "not known" or would this cause a problem with our
    application. I have no way of finding out - unless I contact her myself
    which would cause massive problems as she doesn't even know me!



    Anyone been in a similiar situ that could help please.

    Cheers again, :-)


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    Date of Birth query


    Originally posted by Troood
    Howdie

    I'm just finishing off the DIMIA application form. On the section that asks for names & dob's of family I have got a bit stuck. My hubby has no contact with his mother and therefore I can't get her date of birth. Should I put "not known" or would this cause a problem with our application. I have no way of finding out - unless I contact her myself which would cause massive problems as she doesn't even know me!

    Anyone been in a similiar situ that could help please.
    Cheers again, :-)


    You could try going to the Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages.
    I had lost my full birth certificate and at the office they get you
    to go through the records yourself. Check out the following web site
    for a start.



    http://www.statistics.gov.uk/registration/default.asp


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      Date of Birth query


      That appears to be a very good site.



      You could try and short cut by going directly to the Local Authority
      where your mother in law was born.



      This is a long shot, you could run a credit check on your husband
      through Equifax or Experian. If it goes back far enough ie when you
      husband was living with his mother, it may reveal her date of birth if
      she took out some credit.



      Good luck!


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