4th January 2005, the Gender Recognition Panel (GRP) will make the first
application packs for fast track and overseas gender recognition processes
available at http://www.grp.gov.uk .
track applications are for people who have transitioned at least six years ago.
For the first six months, the GRP will deal exclusively with these applications.
packs for the standard application process will be available in July 2005 and
the first day that these applications will be assessed by the Panel will be on
4th October 2005.
Recognition Advice Site Open
help people understand the process, Press For Change has created a guidance site
site includes answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs), and an interactive
expert system ("Ask GRACE") - a questionnaire which will guide you
through the application process. There is also a Roadmap, which sets out all the
steps as a flowchart.
you have an enquiry about personal matters, which might affect your application,
and you can't find an answer on the GRA-info site, we have provided on online
enquiry system: see the "Feedback" link. However, please do Ask GRACE
and read the FAQs first! We know we haven't covered everything, but the answer
may already be there.
GRA-info site is still under development, so please bear with us as we sort out
some remaining presentational issues).
you have an enquiry about the Gender Recognition Application forms please
contact the Gender Recognition Panels at :
PO Box 6987
Vice President, Press for Change; Coordinator: FTM Network
on behalf of the Vice-presidents of Press For Change
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