A Gender Recognition Certificate allows you to have your affirmed gender legally recognised and means you can go on to:
In order to apply for a Gender Recognition Certificate, you need to have a legal professional witness and sign a Statutory Declaration.
By definition, a Statutory Declaration is a formal statement made affirming that something is true to the best knowledge of the person making the declaration. It has to be signed in the presence of a solicitor, commissioner for oaths or notary public.
In the case of the Gender Recognition Certificate, there are different statutory declarations for:
At Harding Evans, our trusted team of solicitors are here to help. We will ensure that you have the correct paperwork for your circumstances, witness your declaration and sign your form, leaving you free to proceed with your Gender Recognition Certificate application.
Harding Evans is a trading name of Harding Evans LLP, a limited liability partnership, registered in England & Wales (registered number: OC311802), authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA number: 419663).
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