Try contacting the insurance commissioner in your area.
I needed to trace my N.I.N. in order to transfer my U.K. superannuation to Australia. I phoned the number quoted below (+44 191 203 7010) during UK working hours. I was advised to apply in writing; quoting full name, D.O.B, and name & address of my last two employers in U.K. to the following address:-
HMRC Centre for Non-Residents
Benton Park View
I received my N.I.N. in the mail about Three weeks later. I would like to add this report to help those who have not been able to contact the right Govt. Office for their lost NIN as a Non-Resident. First I did get the run around and then finally called the office I had sent fax's to, March 2007, wrong office, wrong fax number. I then called the same office, July 2007, the person who answered the phone was very helpful, she gave me a number to call for Non-Residents. I called the number, +44 191 203 7010 and the person who answered the phone was even more helpful, he gave me this fax number +44 1912254811 and requested that I include the addresses of the last two Companies I worked for in UK and of course my DOB, this was on the 26th July 2007 and to my surprise they faxed me my NIN with all the info I might need in the future on the 31st July 2007. I sent them a letter of thanks.
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Further update - the best number is 0044 1912254811, after 4.30 UK time as only the evening shift deal with these enquiries. You have to write to HM Customs and Revenue, National Insurance Contributions Office, Floor BP 3001, Newcastle-upon-Tyne NE98 1ZZ with your full name, date of birth and contact address.
*** Make sure that when you leave the UK you obtain a P45 from your employer/s. Its important you retain this for any tax returns you needs to submit or simply for future reference. It will detail earnings, who you worked for and your National Insurance Number.
I have tried the number 00441912254811,and it is not a fax number. However from this I learned from a very nice lady called Liz, the correct fax no. is (from Australia anyway ) 0011 44 1912254215.
The number for National Insurance depends on the region where you live. A dedicated agent on the official National Insurance website will be happy to find it for you.
By realising that the minimum age at which someone can obtain a national insurance number is 16.
I am unable to find my National Insurance number and card therefore who do i contact and how can i retreive this.
National insurance numbers are personal information and do not come under public documents.
Contact DWP in Newcastle
I tried it and wasn't able to do it.
You can't. You will have to contact DWP in Newcastle.
How do I find my deceased mothers financial information
National insurance is a scheme where people in work make payments towards benefits. The payments are called national insurance contributions and certain benefits are only payable if you meet the national insurance contribution conditions. National insurance contributions also go towards the costs of the National Health Service. The national insurance scheme is administered by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).If you claim a benefit or tax credit, you will need a national insurance number. This applies even if it is not a benefit which depends on national insurance contributions. You will also need to supply your national insurance number in other circumstances, for example, when you get a new job.National insurance contributions (NICs) See the Related links below.
If you have lost your national insurance number you must report it to the the officials HM customs & Revenue Inland Revenue you can find out your number at your nearest Job Centre or Job Centre plus (Remember you can only acquire one replacement card)
You have to lookup the information on the NAIC website. I looked but could not find anything. NAIC stand for The National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
my mother passed away and sorting through her documents i discovered something that had not been sorted out to do with my fathers death in 2001 and i need his national insurance number to do this this site is pants. waste of space
You would only have been allocated a National Insurance Number if you were living in the UK when you turned 16. If this was the case and you did not receive it, you can contact the UK National Insurance Helpline on 0345 600 0643. If you need to apply for a National Insurance Number, you should contact Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC). The Job Centre will be able to assist you with this if you run into difficulty. If you have a National Insurance Number but have lost it, you need to complete form CA5403 (available via the UK Government Website) and send it to HMRC, they will then send you written confirmation of your number.
Call the Contributions Agency on UK 0345 413590 they can trace it for you. Regards, Colin Colin This phone number is not operational. Is there an alternative? Regards Judy
WRITE TO: HM REVENUE AND CUSTOMS, CHARITY ASSETS RESIDENCY BP130 BENTON PARK VIEW NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE NE98 1ZZ
Your UK national insurance number can be found on your pay slip, and your P60, or your tax return. If you still can't track it down, you'll need to fill out form CA5403 and mail it to the address found on the form.
GMAC Insurance has changed its name to National General Insurance. They offer a toll-free telephone number, 1-800-462-2123, that can be called to speak to someone about their motorcycle insurance.
The Only reference I could find was a company in Jacksonville Illinois named Central National Insurance Co. If you Google it , you will find there addresses.
You can find Classic Car Insurance at First National Car Insurance Group, Geico and of course you can find Classic Car Insurance from Haggerty Classic Car Insurance.
One can find NAIC numbers for Progressive Insurance with each different insurance provider. Each different trunk of insurance has a different NAIC number.
Contact your insurance company or your agent. They can find your insurance policy number by your social.
The best place for one to find information about the insurance and investment company National Life Group, who have locations in Vermont and Texas, is at their official website.
The insurance policy should have the company's name on the front cover. Get the number and call the national home office number, or the local office if you can find it. An agent will prepare a revised copy.
If you have lost your National Insurance Number (NINO), you can fill out a CA5403 form and send it to Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Alternatively, you can contact HMRC by telephone. HMRC will then be able to look up your NINO and send it to you through the post.