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Hello guys, we are planning apply CR1 (Spouse visa) next week, My problem is I'm stil using my ex husband last name on my passport. you think I get problem about processing my visa because I'm stil using my ex last name?

Note: I just got married in US via K1 Visa but I didnt apply AOS, back to Kuwait with my husband because of work commitment. BUT on my SSN card, i'm using the last name of my husband now.

Thanks ya'all

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My fiance used her ex's last name also. We just wrote a letter of explanation for the difference in names as directed by the USCIS from my infopass appointment. Make sure that all your documents use your legal name.


12/23/2014: I-129F Sent

12/29/2014: I-129F Received by USCIS

12/31/2014: Received Electronic notification for NOA1 hard copy to follow

01/05/2015: NOA1 Hard copy received

01/13/2015: Received Electronic notification for NOA2 hard copy to follow

01/20/2015: NOA2 Hard copy received

01/20/2015: NVC Received

01/26/2015: Case # assigned

01/30/2015: Sent to embassy

02/02/2015: Embassy received

02/08/2015: Interview Scheduled for 03/11/2015 Will do Medical on 02/26/2015

02/23/2015: NVC Letter received.

02/27/2015: Medical complete.

03/11/2015: Interview. APPROVED!!!!

04/03/2015: POE Seattle

06/20/2015: Got married

07/01/2015: Filed I-485, I-765, I-131, G-325, G-1145

07/16/2015: Received NOA for I-485 and I-765

07/17/2015: RFE for I-131 Missed signature

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My fiance used her ex's last name also. We just wrote a letter of explanation for the difference in names as directed by the USCIS from my infopass appointment. Make sure that all your documents use your legal name.

thanks for reply...whats the legal name? the one on the birth certificate?

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Study g-325-a


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Your visa and green card will be issued in the same name as the passport you present at the interview. So, while the I-130 is being processed you may want to consider getting a new passport with your new name.

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