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K1, Green Card, Name Change, Social Security #, Work Permit.

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Your marriage certificate (assuming you use your married name on it) is a legal name change document in the US.

 

Work Permit = EAD. You file that with your AOS (to save money from filing it afterwards).

SSC: I believe you can do this once you get the marriage certificate showing your legal name change.

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Do you have more than two weeks left on the I94 from the original K1 entry? If so,you can still apply for the SSN,  it if not, proceed to the AOS and file form I765 (Work permit) with the I485 package at no extra charge.  You can also file for the Advaced Parole, form I131 at the same time again at no extra charge.

 

Good Luck!

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