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Cemar and marriage certificate problem

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Hello my husband filed for I-130 petition and my interview is next week. Our marriage certificate has my mother's married name on it instead of maiden name. Consequently when i got my cemar/cenomar under my mom's maiden name it did not show that i am married to my husband and that i am still single. I then got another cemar/cenomar under my mom's married name and it shows that i am married to my husband. 

 

Will this post any problem? 

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4 minutes ago, nikkiprs said:

Hello my husband filed for I-130 petition and my interview is next week. Our marriage certificate has my mother's married name on it instead of maiden name. Consequently when i got my cemar/cenomar under my mom's maiden name it did not show that i am married to my husband and that i am still single. I then got another cemar/cenomar under my mom's married name and it shows that i am married to my husband. 

 

Will this post any problem? 

I don't see that as being a problem, bring the PSA CEMAR that shows you're married.  Big deal is it has your name correct ;)  

 

  • Your NBI* should have an AKA for all names used ( your married and maiden name. )
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12 minutes ago, nikkiprs said:

Hello my husband filed for I-130 petition and my interview is next week. Our marriage certificate has my mother's married name on it instead of maiden name. Consequently when i got my cemar/cenomar under my mom's maiden name it did not show that i am married to my husband and that i am still single. I then got another cemar/cenomar under my mom's married name and it shows that i am married to my husband. 

 

Will this post any problem? 

No problem. Submit the CEMAR that shows that you are married and you should be fine.


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27 minutes ago, nikkiprs said:

Hello my husband filed for I-130 petition and my interview is next week. Our marriage certificate has my mother's married name on it instead of maiden name. Consequently when i got my cemar/cenomar under my mom's maiden name it did not show that i am married to my husband and that i am still single. I then got another cemar/cenomar under my mom's married name and it shows that i am married to my husband. 

 

Will this post any problem? 

As others have said on here it shouldn't be a problem at all. Just submit the CEMAR showing that you are married and it will be fine.

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