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Passport - Can I get away with this?

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I obtained my passport when I was still single. The first page of the passport has my maiden name on it. I have since gotten married and divorced :).

When I got married I had it chaned to my married name, so now there is a note on the last page of the passport that says it was changed to my married name.

Now that I'm back to my maiden name, which is what is on the passport anyway, do you think I can get away without changing it back?

All this would do is probably add another note on the last page saying that it has been changed back to my maiden name. However, as it already has my maiden name on the first page, how likely is it that I can have problems because of that note in the back?

I hope this makes sense. Thanks for all your help.

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