Transgender people can apply for legal recognition in their acquired gender.
The Gender Recognition Act 2004 gives transgender people legal recognition in their acquired gender, subject to their successful application to the Gender Recognition Panel.
A Gender Recognition Register has been set up at the General Register Office, from which short and standard birth certificates may be produced.
An entry in the Gender Recognition Register can only be made for those transgender people whose births are registered in the UK.
To apply for a Gender Recognition Certificate, please see: Apply for a Gender Recognition Certificate: Overview - GOV.UK