With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts. Lots of our Korean friends have changed their names, it seems to be more common here than it is in Australia.
Not so much name changing that I have seen myself here in the UK, but the giving of a second name is popular in my family and others…so if you hate your first name you can use the second one. I live in the UK and I always hated my name and I hate even more the fact that everybody abbreviated it to a name I liked even less and ignored me when I asked them not to. Interestingly my hubby had to change his surname legally and that was a piece of cake that took all of two seconds! I know people that usually go by their middle name rather than their first and some change their names too if they dislike it enough. Its funny because when I was little I did not like my name and wanted it to be Michelle haha.
I had to shorten my name as a pre-teen because too many people found it hard to pronounce my full name. It’s easy to legally change your name in my country, but few people actually do that (except when women get married and change their surnames). In many places, a legal name change does not authorize a change on one's birth certificate. In some societies, women are increasingly opting to not take their husband's surname upon marriage.
A birth certificate contains information regarding the date, time and place of birth for an individual. In the United Kingdom, a legal name change can be obtained through an act of Parliament if it applies to nobility. In Quebec, a legal name change generally must be authorized by the Director of Civil Status, who can also amend birth certificates upon authorization.
If you wish to obtain a legal name change, then be prepared to start by contacting the proper government office or official for where you currently reside.
Now, I have to renounce my original citizenship, and the High Commission requires a court order for the name change.
I would like to change my name for my new future, especially for my high school diploma, due to the false parents that have not been supportive for any length of time I spent from childhood into adulthood. I want to change my name because I don't like the name on my birth certificate and I have not been living under that name at all. I changed my name when I became a us citizen, but now I want to change back to my birth name.
I was born in jersey (C.I) and given a name by my birth mother just before I was put up for adoption. As with any legal proceeding, the person seeking the name change in Texas must first file a petition with the Court. The petitioner must sign the name change petition under oath and submit a legible and complete set of fingerprints to the Court.


Generally, a Court will grant a name change unless there is some wrongful, fraudulent, or capricious purpose, or the Petitioner is trying to avoid criminal liability or creditors.
If granted, a name change in Texas generally allows the adult to use the new name for all legal purposes. She chose one that has the same language origins as her first and middle names — French. We filled out all the paperwork to change it but when she was six, she told us no she liked the name King, so we left it alone. You need to present strong arguments and legal support for having the opportunity on change it. Once I got older I liked my name because I didn’t know many people with it but now I see a lot more people with my name.
As has been mentioned earlier, getting other people to accept your new name is much harder than simply getting a new ID card or a passport with a new name on it! Besides the obvious reasons of marriage and adoption, which generally include a legal name change, people may change their name to disassociate from something negative or infamous, or may simply wish to give themselves a name that is more usable.
Though the specific process may vary slightly from state to state, any US citizen has the right to change their name, either through common law or court procedure. A simple filing of an application in civil court along with a nominal fee is all that is required. Many governments in other parts of the world are very strict about name changes and most require government authorization before a name change is declared.
Also be prepared to produce a legal birth certificate and a logical explanation for your name change. I really would like to change my first name to one of my two middle names, so how can i do this?
The requestor will file a petition within the local municipality or court to request the name change of their child. Go figure on that one, she calls her youngest sister it too and has now started to call my daughter Katie…she calls me that sometimes too.
Nicola, is it true that in Korea marriages both the husband and wife keep their birth names but the children takes the father’s surname?
Also, it may turn out to be really troublesome when you have to change every other document that has been issued in your old name. Whatever the reason, the process for obtaining a name change varies depending on where you live, but is fairly easy to accomplish. Even though a person may change their name at will and operate a business, write a book, or even sue someone under a different name, it is generally legally recognized so long as there was no fraudulent intent involved.
The applicant can probably expect to provide a valid and reasonable explanation for desiring the name change. In most cases, a person must prove that their present name causes or will cause them significant distress before a name change will be considered.
In the United States, marriage, adoption, and citizenship are examples of situations in which the opportunity for a name change is included in the legalities.


I haven't had much luck finding my real mum so i was wondering if it's possible to change my name to my birth name other than by deedpoll, as I feel it will make things a lot easier to find my mum if I'm known by the name she gave me.
If you are looking to answer the question how do I change my child’s last name, you will need to begin with the formal approval of the court. Further, the court can rule against a name change if the applicant is attempting to change their name to something obviously offensive or immoral, or is attempting to commit fraud. During the naturalization interview, the officer in charge told me that It is illegal in the USA to have a male member's first name as the last name. A bank or other official institution will recognize a Deed of Change of Name as legal, but the document does not change one’s birth certificate. If I wish to continue using that middle name, I need to obtain a court order and reappear after three or four months. If one parent is estranged from the child, the custodial parent will typically need to provide proof that the notice was given or attempted to be given to the estranged parent.
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Thus, some situations, such as obtaining a passport, require both a birth certificate and the Deed of Change of Name for purposes of identification. So I chose to drop the middle name and was issued the certificate of naturalization, accordingly. When I was born my mother named me one name, and a few years later wanted to name me another. Sometimes notice cannot be given because there is no known address for the estranged parent.
But throughout my life people have called me by the other name, unless it was for legal purposes since she never legally changed my name. Now I want to add the marital last name, as well as the name I have been going by not legally. In these cases, the courts generally ask that the custodial parent run an ad in the newspaper that serves as a public notice to the name change.
It causes a lot of stress and wondered if it would be worth it to have my named changed (one letter in one of my names would probably work) at the age of 62. Most jurisdictions require the custodial parent to run the ad in the newspaper anywhere from three days to three weeks.
In the case of divorce, the custodial parent wishes for the child to have their last name for logistic reasons.
There are cases where the custodial parent re-marries and wishes for the child to take on the name of the custodial parent’s new spouse. If the parent is in the process of getting a divorce or in the beginning or middle stages of adoption proceedings, the parent can usually include the name change petitions with these proceedings and do not need to be file these separately.



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