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Will I have problem with my UK visa if I have changed my name?
Asked by: ashu
Answers: 1
Views: 828
Posted on Sun, 27 Jul 2008 08:50:26 GMT
Question Description
My name war really big and I made it short but I have done the process very legally. I got court order and other legal documents and all my further certificates such as passport, TOEFL score card, and 12th grade transcript are with my new name. But as I have decided to study in UK, will the immigration officers interrogate me about chance in my name in 10th grade even though I have legal court documents. Please Iím depressed.

Make me feel good.
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Even though you have changed your name, as you have got legal documents to prove both names belong to you, thereíll not be any problem with your visa application. So, thereís nothing to get worried about. However, make sure you include all required documents to prove change in your name after 10th grade, while applying for a visa.

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