A Lithuanian living in Alaska won the surname with "w"
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A Lithuanian living in Alaska won the surname with
EN.DELFI 2018 july 27 d. 09:00

On July 25th 2018 The Vilnius District Court passed yet
another verdict on the original spelling case of names and
surnames. This time, for a Lithuanian who married a citizen
of the United States of America and took a surname with a
"w". A citizen of Lithuania, who lives in Alaska,
reached out to the European Foundation of Human Rights
(EFHR), which led up more than forty cases in this matter.
For several years now in the US, the applicant is identified
by the surname of her spouse that contains the letter
"w" – she has driver's license, has signed
several contracts with it etc., but Lithuania refused to
register her surname, a press release from the foundation


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