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Hi to all!

I am preparing my documents for the removal on the conditions on my residency.I wonder if you can help me guys.I dont have a middle name.This is my problem.In Philippines,we usually put our mother's maiden surname if asked about middle name right,that is what we usually do but here in US,its different people usually have middle names so when I got married I changed my last name to my husband's and using my maiden surname as my middle name.Part 4 of I-751 it says put "other names used"what do I put in there?Example,my maiden name is LUISA SORIANO BANDOY(SORIANO is my mother's maiden surname)I put BANDOY in part 1 as my middle name sinced I did it too when I applied for adjustment of status.Should I put it like this in part 4 LUISA SORIANO BANDOY?or LUISA BANDOY?Please need some advise don't want to make mistake. :(

thanks,

len2

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Hi to all!

I am preparing my documents for the removal on the conditions on my residency.I wonder if you can help me guys.I dont have a middle name.This is my problem.In Philippines,we usually put our mother's maiden surname if asked about middle name right,that is what we usually do but here in US,its different people usually have middle names so when I got married I changed my last name to my husband's and using my maiden surname as my middle name.Part 4 of I-751 it says put "other names used"what do I put in there?Example,my maiden name is LUISA SORIANO BANDOY(SORIANO is my mother's maiden surname)I put BANDOY in part 1 as my middle name sinced I did it too when I applied for adjustment of status.Should I put it like this in part 4 LUISA SORIANO BANDOY?or LUISA BANDOY?Please need some advise don't want to make mistake. :(

thanks,

len2

I do have the same situation as yours.Your middle name would be Bandoy just like what you have in your AOS application.

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Thanks for your response and I was wrong its part 3#1 "other names used".Yes I used my maiden surname as my middle name when I adjusted my status but what did you put in part 3#1?your whole maiden name?including your mothers maiden surname?

Thanks.

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Thanks for your response and I was wrong its part 3#1 "other names used".Yes I used my maiden surname as my middle name when I adjusted my status but what did you put in part 3#1?your whole maiden name?including your mothers maiden surname?

Thanks.

What was asked was other names used ,right? SO if you didnt have any then you don't have to put anything on that part or you can put None or N/A.

I would advise you to wait for more response from our other vj members to have more ideas. Two heads is better than one i think.lol.

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Put this name as the other names used. LUISA SORIANO BANDOY since this was your previous name before you got married. Hence, this is the other name that you used before you inherited the your husband's last name and joining it with your maiden name bandoy. Okies? Goodluck! God Bless!


May 9, 2005 - Arrived in the US

Jun. 18, 2005 - Got Married

Jul. 28, 2005 - AOS and EAD submitted

Aug. 3, 2005 - INS receipt

Aug. 7, 2005 - Received NOA 1

Nov. 16,2005 - AOS Biometrics

Jan. 23, 2006 - AOS Interview (Approved with stamped passport)

Jan. 25, 2006 - E-mail confirmation from USCIS (application approved)

Jan. 27, 2006 - Received the Welcome to America Notice

Feb. 1, 2006 - E-mail Notice from USCIS to send Green Card (Yipeeee)

Feb. 3, 2006 - Received my Green Card (Two Year GC....Woohoo)

Jan. 23,2008 - File for Removal of Conditional Status

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Dec. 6, 2008 - Received RFE paper

Dec. 18, 2008 - Submitted documents thru Postal Mail.

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