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I am filling out the form DS-260 and I have a question about.

My wife got her passport before we got married so after we got married her name changed

In my form it says to list her name as it appears on the passport,

since her name changed what should I do?

In the other field it says "Have you ever used other names(i.e., maiden, religious, professional, alias, etc.)"

should I write her name already changed after we got married?

I hope I made myself clear, I have attached a screenshot as well. thanks.

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I am filling out the form DS-260 and I have a question about.

My wife got her passport before we got married so after we got married her name changed

In my form it says to list her name as it appears on the passport,

since her name changed what should I do?

In the other field it says "Have you ever used other names(i.e., maiden, religious, professional, alias, etc.)"

should I write her name already changed after we got married?

I hope I made myself clear, I have attached a screenshot as well. thanks.

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Either get a new passport with the new name

or use the maiden name, and put married name in 'other'

VISA will be in the name on the passport

Edited by CJKylie

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I agree with CJKylie, but I was wondering if your wife has legally changed her name. The first thing I did after getting married was I changed my name... I knew we would soon be starting the immigration process to get my husband here and I wanted no issue with us being married but having different names. Anything that shows her name should be updated... The names should match on every document/ piece of identification.

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