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Old 23rd September 2014, 05:20   #1 (permalink)
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OK so we now have the list and I realise we need to send my birth certificate to Milton Keynes.
The problem is my marriage book is in a different name to birth certificate as I kept my married name after divorce.
Can anyone advise on what to do

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Re: citizenship

You don't need to send your birth certificate to Milton Keynes, if you have a divorce certificate you will need to send that though.
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Re: citizenship

On the list I got from antalya nufus ofic it says my birth certificate must be translated and apostille. The British consulate in turkey no longer do this so it has to go foreign and commonwealth office.

My divorce papers are in uk. I think this will have to translated and apostille aswell.
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good luck with it all LyndaW, red tape is often complicated
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You do need to send your birth certificate and you may need to have your divorce papers translated and apostilled as well. The consul are not good at this kind of advice try the local Nufus they may be a better bet.
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I think I will get both done just in case otherwise there is no way of knowing that the birth certificate is mine.
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Re: citizenship

I did my citizenship papers last year and it was finalised about two months ago.

I did not have to have any documents apostilled, but perhaps that's because I'm married to a Turkish citizen - we married in the UK and registered the marriage at the consulate. They didn't require anything other than a copy of the UK marriage certificate.

For citizenship, my passport had to be translated and just notarised, similarly my birth certificate (also in a different name, but marriage certificate shows previous name anyway).

This is Mugla Valiligi, and we just checked last week for a friend of ours, and it's still the same.

I guess the difference is if you're applying as an individual. It's quite straightforward if you're married to a Turkish citizen.

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I am married to a Turk and have been for seven years and İ had to provide all of the documents and have them translated and verified by the British Consul in Antalya (This was prior to the change to Miton Keynes) and my marriage was registered with the British Authorities. İ would always advise you check with the Nufus as with so many things here it can differ from region to region.
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