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Below are the three key forms used by APPGs.
In any given parliament, a group can only be added to the Register of APPGs once it has held an Inaugural Meeting to elect its officers then completed the Registration Form for APPGs ( DOCX 87 KB). Only complete this form once a parliament.
In any given parliament, once a group has been added to the Register of APPGs it must hold an AGM each year during that parliament and register the result by completing the Registering the Result of an AGM Form ( DOCX 59 KB).
Any group which receives more than £12,500 in money or in kind from outside Parliament in its reporting year must complete an Income and Expenditure Statement ( DOCX 40 KB) form for approval at its AGM.