I need to prove who I am and where I live but have no photo ID and all my bills are online.
I've got my bank to.print a statement and tge only other thing on the list of documents they'll accept is "confirmation from an electoral register search that a person of that name lives at that address". I know I can search the electrol register at the library but: 1. I might have ticked a box to say I didn't want my details public. That means I won't be searchable doesn't it? 2. If by any chance I am on there, how do I get confirmation of this? I undersrand I can't take a copy.
Really angry with myself for leaving this to the last minute
You can print out online bills as proof. All my bank statements and bills are online. They always have pdf versions. I've always print them and no one has refused to accept them so far. I do use a colour laser printer at works. Staples I think have those big colour printers.
Tried the printed statement thing but unless it's stamped by the actual company they won't accept it. Bank looked at me like I was barmy.
I wouldn't mind so much but I've got payslips with my address from two companies, my NI card, a marriage certificate, hospital letters, invoice from the council (because it's an allotment bill as opposed to tax or similar, it apparently isn't acceptable!)...
I'm going to order a new birth certificate but because I don't know my reference number (it isn't showing on any free online searches) I don't know how long it will take to arrive.