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No.Do I need to complete 5.7?
Yes and you put your married name. You can explain in the Additional Information if necessary.The name in my passport is in my maiden name but it does state on the form if you have been known by any other name. I am just unsure whether or not I need to put Yes, or put no?
Property is irrelevant as is the title deed. If HO want to see anything, it would be a deed poll or divorce decree re name change, but as your journey seems to be on your maiden name, I don't think it is relevant.I am not sure if the sale of my NZ property is important, but the title was still in my married name, so to proceed I needed to get a declaration signed re my name change etc. I have this declaration signed by a solicitor and as it pertains to the name change I wondered if I need to supply these documents or not.
You only need to send what the form asks for. Don't overthink the process.I just feel anxious as I do not clearly know what to send and what not to send but I guess too much information is better than too little.
You are overthinking. It is very rare for Ancestry ILR to be refused.If they do require more information will they write to you or is the application rejected. If so what happens if you are rejected as by this point my Ancestry Visa would have expired.
If you are applying by post, it is only the £19.20 fee at the Post Office.
A cover letter is not required. The form contains all the information HO wants to see.