Can anyone say with any authority (i.e. with reference to particular rules
or statements >from current immigration officials) whether immigration
officials in other countries, specifically Canada and the UK, could not
legally have "changed" the names of immigrants as they entered the country?
I too am getting fed up with repetitions of the "my grandfather's name was
changed by the immigration officials" line and would like to be able to
categorically refute this myth.
Colchester, England (born in Winnipeg, Canada)