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She can tell them you are moving in full time, but you can't tell them that you are not entitled to benefits, because it is not nearly that simple!So she can tell them I'll be moving in full time but I'm not entitled to any benefits.
Indeed, but I also know what the expression of Public Funds actually means. Please reread my previous post above, and indeed read the first pinned topic in this Claiming Benefits section.You know I am not entitle to public funds.
Yes, totally possible, given that HMRC administer Tax Credits, and might well have access to the main tax records.Do you think they might have those details, it was in my real name and DOB but the numbers were made up, not real
Hi John, like I promised to update this post. I didn't phone the TCO until the 7th of April after my solicitor confirmed that she had received acknowledgment letter from the HO and sent me a copy. I phoned the TCO and they asked me if I have ever been issued with a NI, which I replied NO, they also asked me if I have changed addresses lately and I said YES, gave them my last address before the present one. (but my made up NI was not used on that one, it was on the address I lived before that). So they spoke to my partner as well and asked me to respond to the form they sent me, and they will get back to me later if they need to contact me again.HRY2005 wrote:Thank you John,
I 'll wait until I receive my HO appl. acknowledgement ( I hope within 2 weeks) before phoning them.
I ' ll surely keep you updated.
I really appreciate your advise and support John, God bless you.