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If you do not register the birth of your child then, apparently, the Social Services have no power to take your child away from you. It seems they don't interfere with Romany or Traveller children
I have always wondered about this; if you don't register your child, does that mean they don't legally exist?! I thought it was a legal requirement to register them X days (30? 60?) after their birth.
But if you don't register them, and then when they grow up they want to go back into "the system" - go to Uni, get an NI number, a job etc - how can they do it?
I'm not saying it's a bad idea not to register them; just that it doesn't seem fair to limit them later on.
I believe they have as many rights as those who don't register. There was something posted in the forum about a couple who didn't register their daughter (and they do threaten you and try to coerce you into registering) and then managed to get her a passport by getting the required item of proof in the form of a declaration from their GP as to the legitimacy of their child's birth.
AFAIK, you can register a birth at a later date. If you didn't register a birth and then the person in question tried to get a job and so on at the age of 16, I'm sure they would encounter a few problems.
On the other hand, and this doesn't surprise me in the slightest, there are more NINOs in the country than people, so your chances of getting one are better than average whether you register a birth or not!
Also, contrary to popular belief, everyone is issued with a NINO as soon as the State is aware of you. They call it a Child Reference Number. You can read more about this here:
This is what I was talking about before when I said it had been previously posted in the forum.
Refusing to Register a Birth
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I'm glad you liked them
I was beginning to think members had deserted NN
I wish I had known some of this stuff a bit sooner I actually thought about not registering no.2 child but I needed a passport and thought I wouldn't get one without a bc
I know what you mean. I can't get a BC because I was born in Cyprus when my dad was in the army and my parents never got the Full Consulate version, apparently, plus my dads birth was never registered and they go off your fathers BC and passport details now. I was going to apply for Naturalization but that would mean asking for my mothers passport details. I haven't seen or spoken to my mother in 20 years and I'm not about to start now!
so are you forever trapped on this island and the only way out is to speak to your mother ........... nooooooooo
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