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Geordielass44

Permission to take my daughter - father not on birth certificate

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Hi

I am applying to emigrate to Oz with my 15 year old daughter. I see from the forms that I should have permission from her father to leave the Uk. However her biological father has had no contact(I left him during my pregnancy) and he lives on another continent( not Oz) There is a blank on her birth certificate under father's name.

 

I am assuming therefore that there will be no issues moving with her...but I though I would check?


175 visa lodged 17th Feb 2012 - secondary school teacher plus hubby(nurse) and daughter 16. CO 30/05/12, PCC june, meds 20 June paper arrived Sydney 03/08/12, referred (hubby and me) 8th August, visa granted 26/10/12!!!!:biggrin:

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You would be best to speak to immigration directly, I left new Zealand in similar circumstances with no contact from my daughters dad ever and had no issues getting her a UK passport and entry to the UK.

I am now applying for Australia with a step son however we needed a statutory declaration signed by his mum as she was on the birth certificate. Immigration in London were really helpful.

Good luck

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I took my daughter with me to Australia without the need for her father's permission. He is also not named on her birth certificate and has had no real contact with her. I had no issues with the visa or immigration.


ENS 121 Occupation: Office Manager. Vetassess success letter received 01/06/11. Nomination and Application lodged 29/06/11 Melbourne. Payment/Acknowledgement 30/06/11. CO 13/12/11 requesting repeat information. Pre-grant letter 22/12/11 PR GRANTED 03/01/2012

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Guest samlee23

I am in the same situation with no father on the birth certificate and had no problems with bringing my son here, the only document they needed was the birth certificate.

 

Good luck Sam

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