This is the logo of Capital Immigration, a CBI consultancy, located in Dubai, UAE, that markets directly to Iranian nationals; A portion of their website appears in Persian (Farsi), and their three principals are from Iran.
The website actually explains that CBI clients can take advantage of Dominica's Deed Poll Law, and may legally change their name one year after obtaining their CBI passport. One final note; the website even advises that the client's previous legal name will not appear on their passport.
We know from the records of cases involving CBI-holding sanctions evaders and money launderers, who were subsequently arrested, that these dodgy characters always make sure to list their nationality and citizenship as "Caribbean State of Dominica" wherever they are operating, to avoid the attention that Iranian nationality brings with it in the international, sanction-adverse business world.
What's left ? Changing your date and place of birth ? I wonder if the good folks at Capital would have some constructive suggestions about that as well.