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Asked by Clare | Jun. 21, 2012 13:27
About:China Embassy in U.K.

name change documents

I changed my name a while ago through Deed Pole, so my current name does not match my name on my birth certificate (i was born outside the UK so needed to provide a birth certificate). I was told that my deed pole would have to be authenticated by the Legalisation Office (LO) of Foreign and Commonwealth Office, in order for the Chinese embassy to accept it. I also have a Statutory Declaration to prove my name change. could i use this instead?

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Answered by Melissa | Jun. 21, 2012 21:28
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No, I am afraid that you can not use the Satutory Declaration instead.
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