It s against the law for a same sex couple to marry, it s also against the law for a heterosexual couple to have a civil partnership
As Northern Ireland does not allow same sex marriage or opposite sex civil partnership the marriage or civil partnership would be deemed illegal or null if one of the spouses changed sex.
The rest of the UK recently recognised same sex marriage so it ...
You must have or be suffering from gender dysphoria
You must have lived for at least two years as the preferred gender
You must have evidence that you have lived for two years or more as the preferred gender
You must be single
You intend to live permanently in their acquired gender
Whilst having had surgery or waiting for surgery counts as evidence for your case of ...
With a letter from your doctor
Informing the HM Courts and Tribunal Service of your gender preference wouldnt work as the Gender Recognition Panel have to award you a Gender Recognition Certificate based on evidence you provide. All that is needed is a letter from your doctor confirming your gender dysphoria.
You are expected to have lived as your preferred gender publicly and be able to demonstrate this with evidence.
Certain organisations can check it out with permission from the court
Sometimes people could find out based on marriage documents which are not secret
Technically the information is only ever shared with those who seek permission from the court and this is not always successful.
For more information on the recording and accessibility of gender history see: ...
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