Can deed poll be done online?
At Deed Polls Online we offer a range of comprehensive Deed Poll Services, which include Adult, Child and Replacement Deed Poll Service. Our team of experienced Paralegals hand draft each Deed Poll and Certified Copies. With each service, you receive easy to follow guides on how to witness and use your Deed Poll.
How do I do a deed poll in Singapore?
Changing your name in Singapore We have simplified this process by providing an online deed poll submission form. You simply complete this form, attend one of our offices to sign the document in the presence of a lawyer, and then submit the completed deed poll document to the ICA at Kallang.
Are deed poll records public?
Generally, there is no official record of name changes via deed poll. However, some people chose to enroll their deed poll which means that a public record will be kept by the Supreme Court of Judicature.
How do I submit my deed poll to ICA?
As part of your application, you will need to submit a digital image of your deed poll. The application fee is S$60. Your application will be processed within 3 working days. After successful processing, ICA will mail you a collection notice within another 3 working days.
Can you change name online?
A Petition for a Change of Name form must be completed. It’s the primary document used in order to submit your name change request. This document can be mailed or submitted online depending on your state. Once the form and other documents are completed, go to your local county clerks office to have them reviewed.
How do you witness a deed poll?
Your witness must be independent of you. As such, your witness can be a friend, neighbour or colleague, but they may not be a relative, your partner, or someone you live with.
Can I legally remove my surname?
You are free to change any part of your name — you can change your first name, your middle names, and your surname. For example, you cannot change your name to avoid paying a debt, or you would be committing fraud. In practice, you also have to choose a name that official bodies will accept.
Should I keep deed poll?
No, your deed poll is valid once you have signed it (in front of a witness) — you do not need to send it back to us.
Where are deed poll records kept?
A person changing their name can ‘enrol’ their deed poll, creating a permanent record, in the Enrolment Books of the Supreme Court of Judicature (formerly the Close Rolls of Chancery).
How do I contact deed poll?
We aim to respond to queries within one working day (our working hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.). You can also write to us by e‑mail at [email protected]
What is ICA email address?
Alternatively, you may write in to [email protected]