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    Default Name Misspelled On Birth Certificate

    My SC birth cert spelled my name Gale, but for 48 years now, I've used GAIL for everything, including a federal ID/employment. Now, after moving back to SC, I can't get a dr lic because the birth cert spelling doesn't match SS card, etc. (Never mind that I had a SC dr lic many years ago, with GAIL). I'm at a loss on how to fix this. Any help please.

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    Default Re: Name Misspelled On Birth Certificate

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    My SC birth cert spelled my name Gale, but for 48 years now, I've used GAIL for everything, including a federal ID/employment. Now, after moving back to SC, I can't get a dr lic because the birth cert spelling doesn't match SS card, etc. (Never mind that I had a SC dr lic many years ago, with GAIL). I'm at a loss on how to fix this. Any help please.
    Filing for a name change will probably be the fastest and easiest way to solve the problem. Contact your court clerk's office and ask where you can find the forms for a name change for an adult.

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