Change in order of surnames: more than 2,000 people have processed and twentysomethings lead applications

Change in order of surnames: more than 2,000 people have processed and twentysomethings lead applications

The law that makes it possible to change the order of surnames came into force on January 11. Specifically, it allows parents to decide the disposition of these, and also authorizes those over 18 years of age to exchange the position of their surnames. A total of 2,463 people have completed the procedure.

The figure – revealed by emmolafter a request to the Civil Registry via Transparency- is led by young people between 21 and 30 years old: 900 people from that group asked to change the order of their surnames.

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In second place are children from 0 to 10 years old -at the request of the parents-, with 842 cases. In third place are those between 31 and 40 years old (365); in fourth, those from 11 to 20 years old (213); in fifth, those between 41 and 50 years old (104); in sixth, those between 51 and 60 years old (25); in seventh, those between 61 and 70 years old (11); in eighth, those between 71 and 80 years old (2), and in last place are those over 80 years old, with only one request.

In terms of gender, women led the process, with 1,433 cases (58.18%). Meanwhile, 1,030 men (41.82% of the total) made the request.

Surnames

On the surnames that changed position the most, the figure is headed by González. According to the aforementioned media, on 80 occasions the surname was changed from first to second place, ranking at 3.25% of this group.

The second surname most transferred to the second position is Muñoz, which occurred 60 times. In third place is the surname Soto (44 times).

Regarding the surnames transferred from the second to the first position, they are led by González (24), Reyes (23) and Herrera (19).

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