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Old 08-08-2004, 02:49 PM   #1
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Anyone from England here who could tell me...

...if there are social security numbers (or something like it) in England? And if someone from England was going to school in the US and there was a blank on the registration for the social security #, what would he/she put there?
(It's for a story i'm writing. Thanks!)
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Old 08-08-2004, 03:03 PM   #2
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Yes, they're "national insurance no.s" They have 2 letters and numbers after.
i.e. AB 12345678

hope that helps
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Yes, they're "national insurance no.s" They have 2 letters and numbers after.
i.e. AB 12345678

hope that helps
My national insurance number is different.
It starts with two letters, numbers, then a letter
E.g. AB 10 11 12 C
I thought they were all like that in Britain.
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good and interesting question. This fact will now go into my trivia portion of my brain.
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My national insurance number is different.
It starts with two letters, numbers, then a letter
E.g. AB 10 11 12 C
I thought they were all like that in Britain.
My NI number is in that form too.

Although speaking as someone who went to school in the US for a year, I think a British person would have to leave boxes requiring a social security number blank since UK NI numbers mean nothing to US officials. Just my 0.2.
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I think a British person would have to leave boxes requiring a social security number blank since UK NI numbers mean nothing to US officials. Just my 0.2.
I thought that also.
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