who signs a child's visa form?

#1 Jun 13th, 2008, 23:38
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i am filling in separate forms for myself and my daughter, but there is no place for signature of guardian if its a child.

anyone know - does she sign the declaration or do i? (she's 13)

maybe we both should to be on the safe side

thanks!
#2 Jun 13th, 2008, 23:55
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She should sign it herself. Have looked most recently at the PIO application, but it states that if the child can sign, they should. If they cannot sign, they need a thumbprint; parents should not sign in their place.

edit: noticed belatedly that you are in UK. I'm in US; don't know if it will be different. (?)
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#3 Jun 14th, 2008, 00:25
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thanks for your speedy reply!
would think it would be the same in the uk and us wouldn't it?
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#4 Jun 14th, 2008, 00:43
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I'd think so, seeing as they're both govt. of India forms, and if you don't see a space for guardian, I'd assume they don't need it. I wouldn't add stuff they don't ask for either, or somebody in a bad mood could make you redo it.

Of course, there's nothing quite as fun as government paperwork...!
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I just signed the forms of my kids myself, but if she's 13 she can sign them herself. It's about the 50 Euro's, not the signature....

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#6 Jun 14th, 2008, 03:42
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A sage statement dhans, and I did the same for tax forms, etc. with the statement for (name of child). Now he is bigger than his mom so I make him do the work..

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