How to change the name in the passport?
Many people do not quite like their names, but most of them put up with it throughout their lives, but they secretly dream of changing them in order to live a “full” life. Psychologists are also advised to change the name if you are experiencing psychological pressure from it. However, it should be noted that changing the name in the passport is not a complicated procedure, but it is accompanied by the collection of certain papers.
What you need to change the name
In order to independently change the name you need to reach the age of 14. Up to this age, you can change the name only at the request of the parents. Name directly change the registry office at the place of registration of the fact of birth or place of residence. However, before changing the name in the passport, it is necessary to collect a number of documents with which the Federal Migration Service should go. You will need to collect the following documents:
- FMS application
- passport with old data
- certificate of name change
- military ID
- birth certificate
- certificate of registration
- birth certificate for a new name
- marriage or divorce certificate
- A receipt, certifying the payment of state duty for a new passport.
Change your passport name
After the relevant authority changes your name and issues a certificate of its change, you need to receive a birth certificate only for a new name. As a rule, it is issued by the registry office, in which you filed an application to change your name. Perhaps, before changing the name in the passport, you will be asked about the reason and whether you thought well about this.
As soon as you receive documents for a new name, you must contact the FMS. You will need to write a statement about the replacement of a passport. It is completed on the 1P form, and you will need to write a statement in person in the direct presence of the FMS officer. After that, he signs that the statement was written correctly, and the signature was put on his own.
The application should include a passport with a former name, a passport photo, a certificate issued at the registry office about the name change, as well as a birth certificate in your new name. In the case when you are in military duty in stock, you will also need to present a military ID.For persons who have children, you will need to provide birth certificates of all minor children. In addition, you will need a document confirming your marital status and a certificate of registration from the place of residence. Passport to a new name should be received within 1 month, otherwise you will be issued a large administrative fine. If you change the name not at the place of registration, then the term for issuing a new passport will be up to 2 months. Now you know how to change the name in the passport, and hurry to get rid of the name that puts pressure on you.