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UK citizens misunderstand census form, send in random documents April 12, 2011

Posted by Robot Shakespeare Co in Awesome.
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When the government sends you a questionnaire and tells you to return it, you don’t have to send in your passport. You also don’t need to send checks. Or a death certificate if someone has passed away. You just fill out the questionnaire and return it.
That is all.
Don’t send family photographs proving that there are, in fact, as many people living in your house as you claim. You don’t have to do that. They’ll trust what you write on the form.
Don’t send in credit cards. I don’t even know why you would do that. No idea what that’s supposed to accomplish.
Don’t send in your driver’s license application. That’s a different thing altogether.
It should be easy, but it apparently isn’t.

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