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They may be reached at the following address: State of California, Department of Health Services, Office of Vital Records, P.O. Box 997410, Sacramento, CA 95899-7410, Phone 916-445-2684. Fax: 800-858-5553 or visit the California State Office of Vital Records website. Where can I obtain a copy of my legal name change?
They may be reached at the following address: State of California, Department of Health Services, Office of Vital Records, P.O. Box 997410, Sacramento, CA 95899-7410, Phone 916-445-2684. Fax: 800-858-5553 or visit the California State Office of Vital Records website. Where can I obtain a copy of my legal name change?
All name change applications can be viewed by anyone because they are public records. Also, the Court will require notice of the name change to be printed in a newspaper. A sealed name change request cannot be found in the public records. The Court file will stay sealed while the Court considers the request.
Just Ask Them. Ask the person if they have changed their name. Collect Important Data. Collect all information you know about the person including a previous address, phone number or e-mail. Search in the City Directory. Search Their Work Address. Use Social Media. Hire a Private Investigator.
To do this, search by name in The Gazette where all enrolled changes of name by deed poll have been announced since 1914. If you find an entry in The Gazette go to Step 2. if you do not find an entry we will not have a record of the change and you may need to speak to a solicitor if you require legal proof of identity.
Depending on the state, the document may have a different name such as Dissolution of Marriage Record. In some states, certified copies are obtained through the vital records bureau while in other states they can be obtained at the county, city or town clerk's office.
You will need the following documents to get a legal name change in California after marriage: Certified marriage certificate. Proof of identification (driver's license, state ID, or passport) Proof of age (adoption decree, hospital record, or birth certificate)
If you need to change your name on your Social Security card, you must show us proof of your legal name change. Documents Social Security may accept to prove a legal name change include: Marriage document. Court order approving the name change.
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