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The new system requires each person 18 and over to register to vote individually and verify their identity with their National Insurance number.
She added: "Their National Insurance number is often registered to the address of their parents' home, so if they tried to go on the electoral register where they are students, the data would not match.
Since then over a period of three months I have spoken to eight different people at the organisation all of whom start by saying they do not have evidence of the National Insurance Number but when I point them to the evidence supplied they agree that they have everything they need to progress the matter.
Immigrants from Romania are not entitled to a National Insurance number unless they can prove to authorities that they have been employed.
And since their 16th birthday - because of an error by confused officials - KIRSTY and KRISTY Morris have shared the same National Insurance number too.
And national insurance numbers will be on paper rather than plastic cards, saving another pounds 1million.
But the 60-year-old was questioned by a call centre operator who asked him if he had Rebecca's permission to discuss her tax affairs and what her national insurance number was.
Proposals from the Liberal Democrats would mean jobhunters submitting CVs with just their national insurance number, while sending their names and addresses separately.