APreparing Your Entry

Your Name Part 2

Please also read Your Name Part 1

The Entry Form asks for your last name, first name, and middle name.

If you have two or more last names you must write these in the answer field for last name.
If you have two or more first names you must write these in the field for first name.

You have 33 spaces for the letters of each of your name(s). If you run out of spaces just stop writing.

If you go by only a last name write this name in the appropriate answer field and check the boxes for No First Name and No Middle Name.

If you go by first name only write this name in the appropriate field and check the boxes for No Middle Name and No Last/Family Name.

If you have no Last Name check the answer box for No Last Name.
If you have no First Name check the answer box for No First Name.
If you have no Middle Name(s) check that answer box.

Nota Bene. Make sure to write your names in the proper answer fields. Doing it the wrong way can disqualify you.

If your name is written in Latin alphabet with umlaut, diacritics, or accent marks, just write the letters and do not add the markings. Do not add extra letters.

Contact the Embassy or Consulate in your home country for instructions:

  • In case your language uses a different script and you have problems with spelling your name in Latin characters.
  • If your first and your last name are combined to one name in your passport – by mistake or because this is customary in your country of origin.

 

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