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Aloha,

Joan will be traveling next month. Her passport has her maiden name and her green card her married name. Which name is best to buy the ticket as??

Mahalo,

Bill and Joan


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Aloha,

Joan will be traveling next month. Her passport has her maiden name and her green card her married name. Which name is best to buy the ticket as??

Mahalo,

Bill and Joan

Where are you traveling to? International or Domestic?

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Aloha,

Joan will be traveling next month. Her passport has her maiden name and her green card her married name. Which name is best to buy the ticket as??

Mahalo,

Bill and Joan

Where are you traveling to? International or Domestic?

Joan will be traveling going back home.. international.. to the Philippines :)


AOS Journey

01/18/08 - Mailed AOS packet to Chi-town

02/05/08 - Received Notice for Biometrics

02/23/08 - Received Notice for Interview (AOS)

02/26/08 - Scheduled Biometrics Done!

03/11/08 - Received Notice of Approval (AP)

03/13/08 - Card production ordered (EAD) Gee! Thanks a lot!!

03/21/08 - Approval Notice sent (EAD) Yahoo!!

03/24/08 - Touched & received EAD card today!! Yipee!!

03/25/08 - Scheduled Interview (AOS) Approved! Thankful!!

03/26/08 - Notice mailed welcoming as new permanent resident

03/28/08 - Card production ordered!! Wow!!!

03/31/08 - Received welcome letter.. Nice!

04/04/08 - Received green card through mail! Truly great! Mahalo nui loa!!

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Aloha,

Joan will be traveling next month. Her passport has her maiden name and her green card her married name. Which name is best to buy the ticket as??

Mahalo,

Bill and Joan

Where are you traveling to? International or Domestic?

Joan will be traveling going back home.. international.. to the Philippines :)

The name on the passport then.

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Aloha,

Joan will be traveling next month. Her passport has her maiden name and her green card her married name. Which name is best to buy the ticket as??

Mahalo,

Bill and Joan

Where are you traveling to? International or Domestic?

Joan will be traveling going back home.. international.. to the Philippines :)

The name on the passport then.

Mahalo for your response! We appreciate it :D


AOS Journey

01/18/08 - Mailed AOS packet to Chi-town

02/05/08 - Received Notice for Biometrics

02/23/08 - Received Notice for Interview (AOS)

02/26/08 - Scheduled Biometrics Done!

03/11/08 - Received Notice of Approval (AP)

03/13/08 - Card production ordered (EAD) Gee! Thanks a lot!!

03/21/08 - Approval Notice sent (EAD) Yahoo!!

03/24/08 - Touched & received EAD card today!! Yipee!!

03/25/08 - Scheduled Interview (AOS) Approved! Thankful!!

03/26/08 - Notice mailed welcoming as new permanent resident

03/28/08 - Card production ordered!! Wow!!!

03/31/08 - Received welcome letter.. Nice!

04/04/08 - Received green card through mail! Truly great! Mahalo nui loa!!

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Aloha,

Joan will be traveling next month. Her passport has her maiden name and her green card her married name. Which name is best to buy the ticket as??

Mahalo,

Bill and Joan

The name on the airline ticket should much the name on the passport. Since she's traveling back to PI, make sure she got her GC, marriage certificate (to explain why she has different name on her GC) and any pertinent identification for proper identification i.e. state ID, driver's license... etc.

Tell her have a safe and happy trip! We will be going back there too so I understand her excitement and a little nervousness (?).

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By law, the name on the ticket must be the same as the name in the passport. No hyphens, exactly the same. They can deny her bording the plane if the name does not match.


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By law, the name on the ticket must be the same as the name in the passport. No hyphens, exactly the same. They can deny her bording the plane if the name does not match.

If possible, I'd get a new or corrected passport while she's in her country. Good idea to carry a copy of the marriage certificate too.


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Mahalo nui loa for all your replies! :)

She will be in the Philippines for about 3 weeks. We talked about it, since she can start working and will start working, it will take long time before she can visit her family.

It will be better for her to pay them a visit before she starts working.

Besides it can do her more good and we both know it :rolleyes:


AOS Journey

01/18/08 - Mailed AOS packet to Chi-town

02/05/08 - Received Notice for Biometrics

02/23/08 - Received Notice for Interview (AOS)

02/26/08 - Scheduled Biometrics Done!

03/11/08 - Received Notice of Approval (AP)

03/13/08 - Card production ordered (EAD) Gee! Thanks a lot!!

03/21/08 - Approval Notice sent (EAD) Yahoo!!

03/24/08 - Touched & received EAD card today!! Yipee!!

03/25/08 - Scheduled Interview (AOS) Approved! Thankful!!

03/26/08 - Notice mailed welcoming as new permanent resident

03/28/08 - Card production ordered!! Wow!!!

03/31/08 - Received welcome letter.. Nice!

04/04/08 - Received green card through mail! Truly great! Mahalo nui loa!!

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By law, the name on the ticket must be the same as the name in the passport. No hyphens, exactly the same. They can deny her bording the plane if the name does not match.

If possible, I'd get a new or corrected passport while she's in her country. Good idea to carry a copy of the marriage certificate too.

Absolutely NOT, unless she plans on buying a new ticket on the way back.


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I had same question... I am planning to go back to Kazakhstan to get my new passport... then what should I do as return ticket is much cheaper than 1 way??? or I guess to buy one way and buy new one in Kazakhstan with new passport???


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Aloha,

Joan will be traveling next month. Her passport has her maiden name and her green card her married name. Which name is best to buy the ticket as??

Mahalo,

Bill and Joan

Where are you traveling to? International or Domestic?

The name on the ticket must always match the name on the ID that will be presented. As others have mentioned, for international travel that will typically be the passport, for domestic travel you could choose to use your passport, greencard or state ID and then choose the name accordingly.

Edited by fwaguy

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By law, the name on the ticket must be the same as the name in the passport. No hyphens, exactly the same. They can deny her bording the plane if the name does not match.

If possible, I'd get a new or corrected passport while she's in her country. Good idea to carry a copy of the marriage certificate too.

Absolutely NOT, unless she plans on buying a new ticket on the way back.

Good point but normally if the passport is "corrected" it would show both names. If replaced, normally the old passport is cancelled but retained. Two passports or a corrected one showing both names along with a marriage certificate should do the trick.

Edited by pushbrk

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For those asking about changing the names in their passport, can you not do that at your country's embassy here in the States???

Eventually I will get mine changed at the British Embassy here.


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