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Hello everyone,

I have a new baby borned last week in London and we have booked an appointment online to register the baby, the required docs to do so are:

baby's parents passports & the marriage certificate

but the problem is that we submitted an indefinite leave residence on Feb 2017, and we still
waiting the original documents to get back from the Home Office.

my question is:
could it be possible to present copies of our passports & the marriage certificate because we have all of them and to enclose the home office letters as a proof that we don't have the docs at the moment! ... actually I'm so worried because the legal period we have is 40 days and we are not sure when we might receive the original docs.

N.B we also still have the receipt of Post Office when we dispatched all documents with the indefinite leave forms

I would be highly appreciated to advise what to do

thanks in advance
 

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It might depend on the registrar. Some registrar officers do not ask any document even though list appears in the website. I think you better take the evidence you have. Don't worry they are friendly and talk your situation if they ask.

Good Luck!
 
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