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Hello all,

I would like to know if some people had been in the same situation than me before....

I m planning to go back to Europe, France in May, I could not go back to Europe after may as I m pregnant.

Well on my passport i do have my Maiden name and on my green card my married name.

I phoned the french embassy and to be able to change my name on my passport I do have to put my marriage on the french register it wil ltake at least 2 months or a little more ... then at this times I wil lbe able to change my name on my passport... and it might take longer.

My question is did some of you travel back to the US with 2 different names one on the passport and one on the greencard ?

If yes didi you were accept back in the country or didi you had some problems at immigration..

So many thanks

Rejane

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yes, I have travelled twice internationally, with my maiden name on my passport, and my married name on my AP or green card. I did not have any troubles with this arrangement.

You have to remember though, to make sure your airline ticket is in the same name as what is on your passport. Your passport will be checked against your ticket at security points, and if they are different, you will be in trouble.

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I've read on several posts here that you have to make sure you bring a copy of your marriage certificate to show the link between your maiden name (ticket and passport) and your married name (GC).

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Canada
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I've read on several posts here that you have to make sure you bring a copy of your marriage certificate to show the link between your maiden name (ticket and passport) and your married name (GC).

yes, I failed to mention that as well. thank you for bringing that up. :)

*Cheryl -- Nova Scotia ....... Jerry -- Oklahoma*

Jan 17, 2014 N-400 submitted

Jan 27, 2014 NOA received and cheque cashed

Feb 13, 2014 Biometrics scheduled

Nov 7, 2014 NOA received and interview scheduled


MAY IS NATIONAL STROKE AWARENESS MONTH
Educate Yourself on the Warning Signs of Stroke -- talk to me, I am a survivor!

"Life is as the little shadow that runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset" ---Crowfoot

The true measure of a society is how those who have treat those who don't.

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I've read on several posts here that you have to make sure you bring a copy of your marriage certificate to show the link between your maiden name (ticket and passport) and your married name (GC).

yes, I failed to mention that as well. thank you for bringing that up. :)

I travelled internationally with my passport with my maiden name- and my greencard with my married name- my tickets were on my married name and I never had a problem with this -- however just in case I always carry my marriage certificate when I travel. :star:

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