Any one is lawyer here ?? Or studying law ?? I ...

Any one is lawyer here ?? Or studying law ?? I want to ask a very small question about something. .. can anyone help me??

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Any one is lawyer here ?? Or studying law ?? I want to ask a very small question about something. .. can anyone help me??

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My father name is “Vinay Kumar Gupta” but in my educational certificates … by mistake. . it has been written
“Vinay Aggarwal”
and in my other document like Adhar, pan n bank … it has been written like “Vinay Gupta” … middle name is missing.

now I want “Vinay Kumar Gupta” in my all doc … than what process should I follow? is affidavit enough to correct this mistake.

at least if not in my educational certificate but I want “Vinay Kumar Gupta” in my all other imp docs…

please if someone can help… or advise something… I will be greatful… Thanks in advance.

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naam mei kya rakha hai?

T- what is in the name?

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Normal Notice in Local Newspapers will be sufficient. Put a copy of those notices while representing your documents to anyone as well.

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Your father needs to file an affidavit indicating that he has been known for all those names.

The name change is more or less a three step process that can be finished in little time if followed judiciously. The primary and most important step in the process is the preparation of the affidavit.

Firstly, you need to make an affidavit and swear before a Notary or a Magistrate. He would have to fill in details like previous/maiden name, reason for change of name, address, age, etc. You will need to print this on a non-judicial stamp paper of stipulated value.

Since it may be difficult to get an appointment from a magistrate, you can approach a Notary signature, which is equally valid. Print the content on a stamp paper of the required value (the Notary will advise you) and get it sealed by a Notary.

Central Govt. employees can submit deed for change of name in accordance with the Ministry of Home Affairs OM No. 190016/1/87-Estt, dated 12.03.1987 (Deed should be typed on plain paper signed by two witness of the rank of Gazetted officer of the same Department with Rubber stamp ).

In case of Indian living abroad he/she shall submit deed duly attested by the respective Indian Embassy / Indian High Commission.

This is the most crucial phase in the process of changing name. Once the affidavit has been notarized, your job is nearly done.

After the affidavit is notarized, the next step requires you to immediately publish the change of name in two local newspapers.

One classified should be in a daily publishing news in local official language of the State. The second classified should be published in a local English Newspaper.
You can contact the newspaper office directly in this regard. They generally have an exclusive section dedicated to name change advertisements and can advise you on the format.

Tip: Since most of the newspaper houses have multi lingual publications in the same State, ask for a package (for classifieds in English & State language) that will help you save money and time.

In some States you can get the name change published in the official State gazette.This is not a statutory requirement in some States. For example, In Karnataka, the gazette publication for name change is only applicable to State govt. employees.

You can approach the controller of publication, Govt. press in your State and get details on the procedure. You may be required to produce some vital documents along with the original affidavit to have your the details published in the next gazette issue. Central govt. employees can get in touch with their departmental HR contact for further guidance. Speak to them on the phone line to ascertain the documents required. You can also consider visiting them. Generally, you will need to provide a copy of the affidavit, copies of newspaper classifieds published, address and id proofs, passport photographs & the applicable fee.

Gazette Publication is mandatory for government employees and optional for others. However, if you need to update your records in banks, brokerages and govt records, they might ask you for a copy of Gazette.

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I watch Suits , does it qualify ?

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BB8DealWars wrote:

I watch Suits , does it qualify ?

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first collect your father all documents like school TC, ssc, Ration card, aadhar card . make sure that all documents are same desired name(If not first correct your father name), with help of these documents you ask name correction in your all certificates and documents your birth certificate is mandatory . no need to go court or advocate, aadhar card can be corrected online. marks memos can be corrected as per board/university rules.

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you should not accept educational certificated with wrong details, if you would have rejected at time of issue institution would have rectified free of cost and immediately. now it is you mistake and have to pay for it……

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panchabhut wrote:

Your father needs to file an affidavit indicating that he has been known for all those names.

The name change is more or less a three step process that can be finished in little time if followed judiciously. The primary and most important step in the process is the preparation of the affidavit.

Firstly, you need to make an affidavit and swear before a Notary or a Magistrate. He would have to fill in details like previous/maiden name, reason for change of name, address, age, etc. You will need to print this on a non-judicial stamp paper of stipulated value.

Since it may be difficult to get an appointment from a magistrate, you can approach a Notary signature, which is equally valid. Print the content on a stamp paper of the required value (the Notary will advise you) and get it sealed by a Notary.

Central Govt. employees can submit deed for change of name in accordance with the Ministry of Home Affairs OM No. 190016/1/87-Estt, dated 12.03.1987 (Deed should be typed on plain paper signed by two witness of the rank of Gazetted officer of the same Department with Rubber stamp ).

In case of Indian living abroad he/she shall submit deed duly attested by the respective Indian Embassy / Indian High Commission.

This is the most crucial phase in the process of changing name. Once the affidavit has been notarized, your job is nearly done.

After the affidavit is notarized, the next step requires you to immediately publish the change of name in two local newspapers.

One classified should be in a daily publishing news in local official language of the State. The second classified should be published in a local English Newspaper.
You can contact the newspaper office directly in this regard. They generally have an exclusive section dedicated to name change advertisements and can advise you on the format.

Tip: Since most of the newspaper houses have multi lingual publications in the same State, ask for a package (for classifieds in English & State language) that will help you save money and time.

In some States you can get the name change published in the official State gazette.This is not a statutory requirement in some States. For example, In Karnataka, the gazette publication for name change is only applicable to State govt. employees.

You can approach the controller of publication, Govt. press in your State and get details on the procedure. You may be required to produce some vital documents along with the original affidavit to have your the details published in the next gazette issue. Central govt. employees can get in touch with their departmental HR contact for further guidance. Speak to them on the phone line to ascertain the documents required. You can also consider visiting them. Generally, you will need to provide a copy of the affidavit, copies of newspaper classifieds published, address and id proofs, passport photographs & the applicable fee.

Gazette Publication is mandatory for government employees and optional for others. However, if you need to update your records in banks, brokerages and govt records, they might ask you for a copy of Gazette.

Kg for helping

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