Would like both maiden name married name on green card

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Would like both maiden name married name on green card

Gd day. I have completed interview at
local embassy n I am due to arrive into
USA shortly. NVC put my name as married
name only. I would like my green card
to have both maiden name and married
name. Would immigration officer at
airport be able to change this when I
arrive. Thank you

Asked on April 12, 2016 under Immigration Law, New Jersey

Answers:

SB Member California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 5 years ago | Contributor

No, you needed to have that be reflected on your application and discussed it at the consulate when you had your interview.  If the visa was already issued to you in your maiden name, you will have to use that until you enter the US and then you can start the process of changing your name on all other official documents.


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