I'm Simona,came to UK in 2001 after my marriage in Romania ended in 2000 when I returned to my maiden name.
Partly because I missunderstood back then that I have to declare all my surnames from birth(I understood only the one I was known in UK),partly because I was traumatised by the failed marriage,I did not declare that particular surname in any of the crb checks here in the UK.
What can I do and what repercutions can be if I declare it now?
Thank you for your reply,I have one more question.
The name I did not declare I was using it between '93-'99 back in my home country and in 2001 when I entered the UK I was back on my maiden name.
The reason I am worried about is(because I have a full understanding of the language now and realized my mistake), if declaring that name now would impact on my career as a nurse.
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