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Yes, if the person is a member of one of the professional assocaiations - e.g. ACA, ACCAsomemightsay wrote:May I have a qualified accountant countersign my passport application?
Yes, I'm just going to send it directly. I'll also include a covering letter explaining the potential language difficulty and the omission of grandparent details. The booklet they give you is quite clear as to what is required.Ayyubi72 wrote:Another proof that post office C&S is a waste of time and money.
Not at all, that is fine. In fact we had two British professionals as our referees.fabiani wrote: 1- is having two british refferes may cause a problem in my application they are both nurse and doctor . do you think i must get a non british professional ?
That has been the case for a very long time. The Home Office publish a list of examples which are acceptable.Ayyubi72 wrote:Never known of the requirement that one of the referees must be a professional.
My local NCS said if I phoned back the next day they could give me one if I wanted it, but I didn't bother.Eliasthom wrote: I wanted to check with others if you got any tracking numbers from NCS to know when applications get to HO.
Also any experience with cheque submitters before.