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Q : C: How do I apply?


To apply for redress you must complete an official application form which is designed to give the Board as much as possible of the information it requires to deal with your application.  Please note that there are two different types of application form:

General application form
This form should be used by any person who is applying for redress for himself or herself, or by any person who is applying for redress on behalf of a person under the age of 18 or a person who is incapable of managing his or her own affairs

Deceased application form
This form should be used by any person who is applying for redress on behalf of a person who has died since 11 May 1999.

Copies of these forms are available from the Board by post or by downloading from this We site, and from Survivors' Groups and solicitors' offices.

The application form will ask you to provide evidence in support of your application, and it is important to remember that the more information you give the Board, the sooner the Board will be able to reach a decision in your case.

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