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CRIMINAL RECORD CERTIFICATE - MAIDEN NAME - JORDAN

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Hi guys, I am collecting documents for the NVC stage, one of them is a criminal record certificate from Jordan. When i lived in Jordan i used my maiden name, i have successfully got the criminal record certificate IN my maiden name but there is no possibility to add a reference to my current married name, has anyone had a similar issue? Will this be a problem?

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13 minutes ago, allllllsksm said:

Hi guys, I am collecting documents for the NVC stage, one of them is a criminal record certificate from Jordan. When i lived in Jordan i used my maiden name, i have successfully got the criminal record certificate IN my maiden name but there is no possibility to add a reference to my current married name, has anyone had a similar issue? Will this be a problem?

Does your birth certificate have your maiden name to tie the criminal record certificate to you? Did you list your maiden name under “other names used”?  There shouldn’t be a problem.

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Just now, Wuozopo said:

Does your birth certificate have your maiden name to tie the criminal record certificate to you? Did you list your maiden name under “other names used”?  There shouldn’t be a problem.

Yes and yes. However, the criminal record certificate mentions my previous passport (again, in my maiden name) number (as thats the passport i used in Jordan). I have just attached a copy of my old passport ID page to CEAC just in case. do you think thats ok?

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1 hour ago, allllllsksm said:

I have just attached a copy of my old passport ID page to CEAC just in case. do you think thats ok?

Sure, but I think NVC will know that’s your police certificate based on “other names” and birth certificate. 

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