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middle initial only instead of full middle name

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mcoolit23


Arresto Menor
sir, nag apply po ako ng passport sa dfa ngayon po rejected po docs ko kasi wala po daw nasehan ang middle name ko dahil middle initial lang po ang nakalagay sa BC ko. sa mothers name ko naman po ay married name na po niya ang ginamit niya at middle initial din lang po ang nakalagay. nagsearch po ako kung pano ang gagawin ko.. so far po dissapointed po ako sa mga nabasa ko dahil napakalaki po ng magagastos e mahirap lang po kami. hanggang nahanap ko po iting forum niyo at nabasa ko po ang mga thread na iba pero ala po ako makitang kagaya ng sa problema ko. sana po mapayuhan niyo ako.

isa pa pong tanong nasa examiner pa rin po ba kung tatanggapin niya ang BC ko?isa po kasi ako sa naghahangad na gumanda ang buhay kaya magtratrabaho sa abroad pero dipo ako makakuha ng passport dahil sa problema na ito.

thanks in advance po.

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mcoolit23


Arresto Menor
isa pa po atty may nabasa po ako na reply niyo. tatanggapin po kaya sa dfa ang affidavit of the same person?kasi yun lang po yata ang afford namin eh. pls advise.

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attyLLL


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to prove that nasehan is your proper middle name, try to present your mother's birth certificate. most docs examiners will accept a promise that you will correct and give you a warning that they will not renew your passport if it is not corrected


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