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I currently have A SSN card Under my maiden name. and I was debating getting it changed to my married name.

But What I'm looking for, is once I get my EAD will I have to change it again? so that it sais that I am allowed to work?

Should I wait until I do get my EAD and change them both at once? I have a biometrics apt tomorrow


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The card is "Valid with DHS authorization only" that is the EAD card EAD is issued by DHS, and EAD validates the SSN. The SSN IS valid when you have EAD.

You can get the "DHS auth" notation removed only after getting green-card. Many just wait until getting green-card, and then take care of name change and removal of notation at the same time.

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The card is "Valid with DHS authorization only" that is the EAD card EAD is issued by DHS, and EAD validates the SSN. The SSN IS valid when you have EAD.

You can get the "DHS auth" notation removed only after getting green-card. Many just wait until getting green-card, and then take care of name change and removal of notation at the same time.

That makes the most sense to me also. Good advice.


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