Sweet Mistakes wrote:I also have a query which i'm unsure if anyone here can help me with?
I'm currently in the process of ordering supporting documents for the FBR through descent from my Grandfather, who was married three times, and wondering if you think i'll need to supply all three of these marriage certificates, along with a divorce certificate and two death certificates for his wives?
His first marriage was to my mothers, mother, to whom he then divorced.
Might it be possible for me to just send these two papers to confirm my mothers heritage?
I don't want to be ordering certificates that are not relevant to to my application as of course this will become expensive and they will never be used. He also, being the male of the relationships, will never have changed his name throughout his life, therefore these certificates will have no bearing on his name.
How many certificates do you think i can get away with sending for the application?
Any help will be appreciated, thank you xxx
damocov wrote:Been lurking for a while and I've seen that it seems the time scales are looking less than the 6 month estimates, glad to see that Wavey who started this thread has got his certificate now, so I thought I'd add my details to help aid other lurkers tracking their applications.
For reference I applied for FBR to the London embassy on the 1st November (received and signed for on the 2nd), so fingers crossed I'll be hearing from them about the end of January.
My Sister resident in Scotland applied to the Edinburgh consulate about 4 weeks earlier so it should be interesting to see the relative speeds...
Wilma1 wrote:Hi Wavey, great news, will let you know when ours arrive!
bluemoon2 wrote:Hi , just want to ask from all who have applied OR received for FBR , did embassy / consulate sent you original documents back after receiving application or they keep all the original documents until the FBR application is decided ? Cheers
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