Name Change / Spousal Sponsorship

Old Apr 14th 2006, 1:55 am
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This might be a silly question but I am recently married and in the process of changing my last name to assume my husband's. I am also sponsoring my husband for PR. Just wondering which name to put on the Sponsorship Forms? I'm thinking it could confuse things if I put my "new" last name on the forms, as not everything has been changed over. However, some of my supporting documentation - bank, work letters have my new last name. It should all be changed by the time PR goes through. Any spousal sponsorships out there with advice or experts?
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Old Apr 14th 2006, 5:37 am
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Originally Posted by sheenoid
This might be a silly question but I am recently married and in the process of changing my last name to assume my husband's. I am also sponsoring my husband for PR. Just wondering which name to put on the Sponsorship Forms? I'm thinking it could confuse things if I put my "new" last name on the forms, as not everything has been changed over. However, some of my supporting documentation - bank, work letters have my new last name. It should all be changed by the time PR goes through. Any spousal sponsorships out there with advice or experts?
If you plan to use your married name then use it on the sponsorship too. There is no need to prove your right to the name as a marriage certificate confirms that. Documents in your maiden name should not cause any problem.
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