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Lindsey y Koki

AOS application from K1

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru

I was wondering if anyone has run into this problem before:

When we filed for the initial K1 visa, I only used one of my fiancé's (now husband) last names. We never had any issues. His passport and visa have both last names on them. He opened up a bank account here in the States and that also has both last names on it. His social security card and our marriage certificate only have one of his last names.

Yesterday we went to the department of motor vehicles to get him a state ID and they wouldn't accept the social security card or marriage license because they were missing his second last name.

We mailed off the AOS application on Monday. I only put one last name. Does anyone think this will be a problem and we will get a RFE? If his green card comes and it only has one last name, will it be acceptable?

Thanks for your help!

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If it were me, Id go back to the DMV with his passport to back up his SSC and marriage liscense. Hopefully then they will fork over a US ID for him, which will then match his PR card.

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