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  • Spanish nationals and surname certificates

    Recently, the Home Office have started allowing for different names in two different passports if the law of the country of origin is strict and does not allow for the same rules as the UK.

    See: Documents in various names.


    Surnames certificate

    In light of the above, the Spanish consulate now issues a certificate explaining this law in English so you can present it to the HO. There is a fee of £32.75 to pay for this service.
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  • Dual nationals and different names on British passport

    Dual nationals and different names on British passport

    Recently the Home Office have started allowing for different names in two different passports if the law of the country of origin is strict and does not allow for the same rules as the UK.

    Here’s the link to the policy (exception noted on page 7): Use of names in passports.




    Spanish nationals

    In light of this, the Spanish consulate now issues a certificate explaining this law in English so you can present it to the...
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  • Cover letter

    A covering letter is not mandatory but desirable. Our lawyers always include a covering letter with every application.

    The cover letter is a document you have to type yourself in Word or a similar program and upload with the rest of supporting documents, it's not part of the AN form nor provided with the form.

    The letter is useful to explain things such as:
    • That your absence/trips listing is to the best of your recollection.
    • If you have
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  • Greek and Cyrillic names, umlauts and hyphens in names

    Greek and Cyrillic names, umlauts and hyphens in names

    Greek and Cyrillic names

    I am a dual national and have different spelling on my surname on each passport. I will submit both passports with a note, in a few of my bills I had to use the other passport. Is this enough proof? And in case of misspellings, is a note enough?

    This is common when dealing with translations from a Greek or Cyrillic script. Explain briefly, literally one sentence, then pick whichever spelling you prefer for the form and use that...
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