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Gender Recognition Certificate: statutory declarations for applicants

Forms and guidance for making statutory declarations when applying for a Gender Recognition Certificate.

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Statutory declaration for single applicants

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Statutory declaration for applicants who are married or in a civil partnership

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Statutory declaration for spouse or civil partner of applicant

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Details

If you are applying for a Gender Recognition Certificate, you must submit a statutory declaration as part of your application.

There are different statutory declarations for:

  • single applicants
  • applicants who are married or in a civil partnership
  • spouses or civil partners of applicants who intend to stay in their marriage or civil partnership

This guidance explains how to fill in the forms, who can witness you sign them, and how much it usually costs.

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Published 29 June 2022