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Singapore Deed Poll - Name Change


Have you always wanted to add a new First Name?
Ever wondered how to remove your hanyu pinyin name in brackets appearing in your IC?
Confused on how to change your child's name?

What is Deed Poll Online?

DeedPoll (Change of Name) Online is an Online Legal Service by Loh Eben Ong LLP, a Singapore Law Firm and Singapore Lawyers and LAW.com.sg Team. This section is dedicated to providing Change of Name (Deed Poll) Legal Service, and together with our sister website at DeedPoll.sg, we have assisted numerous Singaporeans and Permanent Residents in changing their names in their Identity Cards (NRIC).

By offering poineering Deed Poll Online since 1998, we have created an effective and efficient platform to assist online users to engage a Lawyer to prepare a Deed Poll.

Why Change Your Name?

Changing name can be very sentimental and emotional to most people. We all have been given names by our parents, and as we grow older, we may be motivated by many personal reasons as to why we should change or modify our original names. What is your reason(s) for the change of your name.

Important Issues on Deed Poll

Minor Change of Name

Change of Name for a Child Below the Age of 21 Years. From 1 June 2007, to effect a change of name of a minor, the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority of Singapore (ICA) requires one parent to complete a form to declare that the minor’s other parent has also consented to the name change, in addition to producing the Deed Poll. If the other parent is uncontactable or has died, the parent who has signed the Deed Poll must state this information on the Declaration Form accordingly.

Flowchart of Singapore Deed Poll

To a lay person, changing one's name in Singapore can be seen as a complicated process. Through our pioneering Deed Poll Online since 1998, we have simplified this process through our websites at LAW.com.sg and DeedPoll.sg, and through our SG Lawyers Mobile App. We have also launched a suite of Singapore Deed Poll videos.

Below is the flowchart of the Singapore Deed Poll Process.


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