Effortless Name Change Service in Chile - Legal Assistance

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What is it?

Our name change service helps individuals legally change their first or last name in Chile. We provide comprehensive assistance, including the preparation of required documents, guidance through bureaucratic procedures, and liaison with relevant authorities to ensure a seamless process.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for Chilean residents who need to change their name due to marriage, divorce, personal preference, or other legal reasons. It’s also suitable for expatriates living in Chile who need to update their identification details following significant life events.


  1. Consultation: Contact our service to discuss your name change needs and understand the process.
  2. Document Preparation: Collect and prepare all necessary documents with our assistance.
  3. Submit Application: Submit the application along with all required documents to the Civil Registry Office.
  4. Review Process: The Civil Registry Office reviews the submission.
  5. Approval and Issuance: Upon approval, receive official documentation reflecting the new name.

Required documents

  • Birth Certificate: Obtain from the Civil Registry Office.
  • Marriage/Divorce Certificate (if applicable): Obtain from the Civil Registry Office.
  • National Identity Card: Current and valid, obtainable from the Civil Registry Office.
  • Application Form: Filled out with accurate information.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Processing Time: The name change process can take several weeks depending on the case.
  • Legal Representation: While not mandatory, having a legal representative can streamline the process.
  • Fees: Fees vary and may include application submission and document issuance costs.
  • Bureaucratic Assistance: Our service navigates the often complex requirements and bureaucratic hurdles.


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