What is full name in native alphabet?
Usually the first surname comes from the father and the second from the mother, but it could be the other way round. When speaking or in informal situations only the first one is used, although both are needed for legal purpose.
Using “family name” and “given name” avoids the confusion of having last names first and first names last. “Last name” is the name that comes after the first and middle names, and is used in titles i.e. Mr. “Family name” is one that is shared with the family, but is not necessarily the surname.
In the passport, there are only two parts to furnish the name of the passport holder. The “surname” appears first. The actual name comes next under “Given name”. Different systems are followed in India in giving a name to a person.
What is given name and surname in passport?
Identity Information Page
Indian passports do not have a passport book number. Country/Authority that issued passport: This should be the country you are a citizen of even though you may have received your passport while you were in another country.
What is given name in DS-160?
The request in the FORM DS 260 for the “full name in native alphabet” means your first , middle, and last name in non-roman characters.