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    #1

    Is this sentence correct?

    Except the name of beneficiary, any other point need to changed? We shall process the document if there is not required.

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    #2

    Re: Is this sentence correct?

    NOT A TEACHER

    I would say no. What do you mean by the last sentence?

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    Re: Is this sentence correct?

    Except the name of beneficiary, any other point need to changed? We shall process the document if there is not required.

    This is how I would write it, the "for" is optional but I would include it.

    Except (for) the name of the beneficiary, is there any other point that needs to be changed? We shall process the document if no other change is required. (or if there is no other change required.)

    Alternatively:
    Except (for) the name of the beneficiary, does any other point need to be changed? We shall process the document if no other change is required.

    not a teacher

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