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Hello again;

This is complicated for me and my husband. Form 1-130, question 9 and 10, should my husband write my past U.S. social insurance number and past alien resgistration number? Or should he write none?

Also the form G-325A, (family name, is that my maiden name or married name? The very first question.)

Since this is a re-start, should we just fill it out as a re-start and just provide additional information?

I also notice that we cannot fill this out if two years has pass. It has only been 7 months. Thank-God. I know this is going to be very difficult, but we have to at least try. I also thank God for this group, because we know I could not do it without.

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Hello again;

This is complicated for me and my husband. Form 1-130, question 9 and 10, should my husband write my past U.S. social insurance number and past alien registration number? Or should he write none?

I would write in both SSN and alien registration #.

Also the form G-325A, (family name, is that my maiden name or married name? The very first question.)

Last name you go by, what last name is in your passport.

Since this is a re-start, should we just fill it out as a re-start and just provide additional information?

I also notice that we cannot fill this out if two years has pass. It has only been 7 months. Thank-God. I know this is going to be very difficult, but we have to at least try. I also thank God for this group, because we know I could not do it without.

I am not sure about this one.

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Removal of Conditions: 12/09/2011

ROC check cashed 12/15/11

NOA1 12/13/11

Biometrics 1/6/12 Complete

RFE 9/13/12

RFE package sent back 10/17/12

Card Production Ordered 12/04/12

10 year card arrived in mail 12/10/12

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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About the passport , it has my maiden name, but here's the thing, it will expire in November 3, 2011.

I am nervous about this as we all know, a Consulate interview the passport has to be good for at least 6 month after the interview. That is IF I ever got there. I have to think positive. Should I get a new passport with my married name?

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Green card will be issued in the name in your passport. So if you want your green card in your married name, I'd suggest getting a new one.


Removal of Conditions: 12/09/2011

ROC check cashed 12/15/11

NOA1 12/13/11

Biometrics 1/6/12 Complete

RFE 9/13/12

RFE package sent back 10/17/12

Card Production Ordered 12/04/12

10 year card arrived in mail 12/10/12

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Green card will be issued in the name in your passport. So if you want your green card in your married name, I'd suggest getting a new one.

i have a question

can you chaneg the name on green card to married name after

as my passport is maiden name

and i plan on changing it once i GET to USA

which im praying montreal hurries up

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I am not sure.


Removal of Conditions: 12/09/2011

ROC check cashed 12/15/11

NOA1 12/13/11

Biometrics 1/6/12 Complete

RFE 9/13/12

RFE package sent back 10/17/12

Card Production Ordered 12/04/12

10 year card arrived in mail 12/10/12

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i have a question

can you chaneg the name on green card to married name after

as my passport is maiden name

and i plan on changing it once i GET to USA

which im praying montreal hurries up

Yes, you can change your name to your married name on your greencard.

The form is the I-90 and the fee is $280 plus a biometrics fee of $80.

It would probably be much simpler (and cheaper) to get a new passport now.

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