Those coming to live in the UK from foreign countries may want to anglicise names on CVs and other documents. This is not an illegal practice, if its only purpose is to make foreign names easier to pronounce. Often, to formalise this arrangement, people may go on to change their name by Deed Poll.
Anglicising one’s name typically involves transliterating the name into English, so that it is easier for others to pronounce. Fore example Davidoski may become David or Davis.