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27/06/2013 at 09:03
Who can sign a passport picture? We usually ask my dad as he owns a business but we're not speaking. Would one of the partners, Investment Directors or Investment Execs at my work be able to do it?
The guidance document says: "be a professional person"
27/06/2013 at 09:13
There's a list on the website. It's a professional person so I think as long as they hold an actual qualification then it's fine. They have added loads though so I'm sure it now covers publicans etc.
27/06/2013 at 09:16
A police officer can do it. Will ask my friend's hubby then rather than risk it.
27/06/2013 at 09:19
WcpS - although it has to be someone you have known for a number of years so people at your work probably wouldn't be able to.
I think your Dad would be out anyway as they're a relative.
27/06/2013 at 09:21
Details details DD. My dad has always signed as we have different names. Noone know how long they've known anyway it's not like I'm asking for an illegal immigrant, just my daughter.
27/06/2013 at 09:26
I think it's only if u have the sane name by marriage you can't do it cos before I got married I signed for my niece but I can't now as sils details go on and we have the sane surname,
A police man is fine
27/06/2013 at 10:21
I have signed a few for friends, I'm an accountant. And I thought it couldn't be a family member too.
No one in our house has a current passport any more! Maybe next year . . .
27/06/2013 at 10:23
It can't be a family member Pingu that's my point. My dad has always signed ours beacuse he has a different name and lives at a different address who knows any different?!
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