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reshmaratheesh

Hi,

My name is Reshma Anil in all the documents including Educational certificates, voter id, and driving license. But when I took my passport after marriage, the name in passport is Reshma Ratheesh , after my husband's name. Do I need to change my name officially to Reshma Ratheesh by filing an affidavit? Or will marriage certificate be treated as a proof enough to explain this name change? Will this be a hurdle when applying for foreign visa? Please let me know. Thanks in advance.

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satishkale

Hi,

My wife is having a SRA scheme room in 2008. married to me in 2011. Is there any Procedure in MHADA to change her surname.

Of course, I am not asking for transfer the name, Just want to change Middle name & Surname!!

 

Is this possible??

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