FOI release

Photographic evidence accepted as proof of identity in centres administering the ‘Life in the UK’ test on behalf of UKBA.

In response to a Freedom of Information request about the use of photographic evidence as proof of identity at assessment centres administering…

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Photographic evidence accepted as proof of identity in centres administering the ‘Life in the UK’ test on behalf of UKBA. (PDF file - 110kb)

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In response to a Freedom of Information request about the use of photographic evidence as proof of identity at assessment centres administering the ‘Life in the UK’ tests (part of the citizenship process), the Home Office has released extracts of an external security report.

Date: Mon Sep 14 12:41:46 BST 2009

In response to a Freedom of Information request about the use of photographic evidence as proof of identity at assessment centres administering the ‘Life in the UK’ tests (part of the citizenship process), the Home Office has released extracts of an external security report.

In response to a Freedom of Information request about the use of photographic evidence as proof of identity at assessment centres administering the ‘Life in the UK’ tests (part of the citizenship process), the Home Office has released extracts of an external security report.