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Hi everyone, just a quick question that u couldnt find the answer to. My fiance and i wanna know if we should go to the Social Security office before going to get the marrage certificate. Since we would have to go to Social Security twice to change here name after marrage.Which is better?

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I took Claudeth to Social Security two weeks after she arrived. She got her card a week later.

When we went to get married the clerk only looked at her birth certificate and passport.


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reason: This section also covers getting a Social Security Number (SSN) and is for general discussion on all these topics.


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Hi everyone, just a quick question that u couldnt find the answer to. My fiance and i wanna know if we should go to the Social Security office before going to get the marrage certificate. Since we would have to go to Social Security twice to change here name after marrage.Which is better?

Yes that is an original question. LOL

It shouldn't matter as long as you do it before she has been here 76 days, but some SSA offices seem to get confused about eligibility when a K-1 applies after getting married. Your call, but I would go ASAP, since having the SSN is more important than what's the name on the card. Once she has the SSN and you are married and she hasn't been here 76 days, you can then try for the name change.

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