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  • Referees for children - MN1 registration

    The requirements for referees for children to be registered are as follows:

    Each referee should know the child personally.
    One referee should be a professional who has engaged with the child in a professional capacity, such as a teacher, health visitor, social worker or minister of religion.
    The other referee must normally be the holder of a British citizen passport and either a professional person or over the age of 25.

    What happens if...
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  • Professional referees

    The list of acceptable professions can be found on pages 25 and 26 of this document
    Nationality Policy

    The Home Office has said the following in response to enquiries regarding referees:



    Although GPs were removed from the list because they were receiving to many requests of this nature, the list is not exhaustive, and a GP or any other professional not on the list, can still act as a referee if they meet the requirements. This means...
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  • Entering referee details on the online AN form and referee declarations

    When you apply online, you enter all your referees’ details in the relevant sections. The required details are the same for both the first and second referee. You must obtain all the personal details from your referees before you start filling in the form.

    See: Who can be a referee.

    It might be prudent to check with your referees that they are fine to give all these details to you first.​

    Once you complete the screen above you get the following...
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  • Who can be a referee?

    The AN form provides detailed guidance as to who can be your referee:

    Below are the requirements for adult applications (AN).

    For registration of children under 18 (MN1 applications), see Referees for children.


    Your first referee



    Your second referee



    See Professional Referees

    The guidance does not specify that referees must be living in the UK, just that one...
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