V2. What is this person's date of birth?
Your answer helps us to make sure we haven't missed anyone. If your visitors live elsewhere in the UK it's important that they fill in a form for their usual address too. If they don't, they will be missed from their area's population numbers, which affects how much money their local authority receives from the government. By including your visitors, you're helping us to make sure that the population counts for their local authority are as accurate as we can make them.
Visitors from Scotland will be able to fill in their census forms during Scotland's Census in 2022.
The census has asked for details of everyone staying in a household on Census Day, including visitors, since 1841.
Include all visitors who usually live somewhere else, who were staying overnight at your address on Sunday 21 March 2021. It's important to do this even if you think they may have been included on a census form at another address.
Give the date they were born using the format: dd mm yyyy
Example: 25 05 2000
If you don't know their date of birth, estimate it as best you can.
Your answers are confidential
We use the information we collect in the census solely to produce statistics and for statistical research. No one will use your personal information to sell you anything or find you, and government staff that directly serve the public cannot see it.