URGENT!Using name but found out later on that my nickname is the one registered to NSO
1 URGENT!Using name but found out later on that my nickname is the one registered to NSO on Mon Feb 16, 2015 7:30 pm
2 Re: URGENT!Using name but found out later on that my nickname is the one registered to NSO on Tue Feb 17, 2015 9:19 pm
Abi_Gay wrote:Hello po! Im Karen Garcia Servillano...my problem is, karen po eversince ang ginagamit kong pangalan ang nickname ko po ay love..nung kumuha po ako ng bc sa NSO ay love garcia servillano po pala ang nakarehistro..ano po ang dapat kong gawin?pls reply po,i badly needed your advice...thank you very much po..
Your official name therefore is Love. To be consistent, maaari mong papalit ang mahalagang identification mo ayon sa NSO authenticated name mo tulad ng school, government records, license etc using your BC and a legal document as basis. Suggest ko magtanong ka sa ibang institution kung gaano kadali magpapalit ng name sa IDs.
Or maaari mong papalit ang name mo sa Office of Civil Registrar to Karen sa Birth Certificate. But this requires a tedious procedure with a court petition. Bumisita ka sa City/Town Hall office kung paano ang procedure, magkano at gaano katagal.
Pagnakakuha kana ng facts at ideya ng costs sa two options, magdecide ka.
3 Re: URGENT!Using name but found out later on that my nickname is the one registered to NSO on Tue Feb 17, 2015 10:56 pm
4 Re: URGENT!Using name but found out later on that my nickname is the one registered to NSO on Thu Mar 12, 2015 6:42 pm
What your Lola did was made an affidavit Love and Karen are one and the same. It was a mere administrative entry with the Office of the Civil Registry without a judicial proceeding. (Tama ba?)
What the embassy is looking for is the BC of Karen which requires a change of name. Thus they are looking for a certified copy of judgement changing your name which is a result of a petition filed in the Regional Trial Court. (This requires filing a case, hiring a lawyer, submitting official documents, filing a fee, scheduling a hearing, publishing the order and after some time if the court finds the petition meritorious, issues a copy of judgement.)
Your Lola needs to consult a lawyer to work closely with the Office of the Civil Registry where you are registered if this is what the embassy is looking for. (You may want to verify also with the embassy if this is correct.)
Again these are my interpretation based on the info I read.
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