You need proof that you are related to them as well - therefore I needed to get a long form of my birth certificate, not just the usual one I had with me. They also wanted my parents' 'alive certificate' - I got a notary public to write a note, notarized, of course, saying that they were still alive. A tax worker told me that a recent etter addressed to my parents would have been enough proof.citizen k wrote:A copy of their birth certificate and a proof of address/residence. Contact the tax office for more info, they are very helpful and have staff that are fluent in English.
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