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My first name is Maria but during our K3 petition my husband and I used Ma. as indicated in all my documents from the Philippines. I've also used my maiden surname as my middle name on all our paper works at that time but now that I living here, I've started using the spelled out "Maria" not the abbreviated form on all my paper works including IDs, etc. and also use my middle name Cassandra as my middle name except of my maiden surname. As this is the case, I would like to ask if it's valid that I use Maria (first name) and Cassandra (middle name) on our I-751 form since all of my current documents shows this as my full/complete name. I will just indicate the previous name I used on the other names used question on part 3 of the I-751.

Please let me know if this will work? I don't want to confuse the USCIS and get RFEs.

Thanks in advance for the replies!


07/16/08 - filed AOS application

07/18/08 - received by USCIS

07/22/08 - USCIS mailed our NOA

07/24/08 - touched

07/25/08 - received NOA (AOS, EAD, AP)

07/29/08 - received ASC Appointment Notice (Biometrics)

08/09/08 - biometrics appointment

08/11/08 - I485 and I765 touched

09/17/08 - AP approved

09/19/08 - EAD approved, card already in production

09/24/08 - EAD card received

09/25/08 - SSN application

10/01/08 - received letter re: SSN card delivery in 2 weeks

10/06/08 - SSN Card received

02/17/09 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!


11/19/10 - Submit requirements for Lifting of Conditions

11/22/10 - NOA1 received

12/22/10 - Biometrics Appointment

02/09/11 - ROC APPROVED!

02/10/11 - Green Card Received


12/19/11 - Submit requirements for US Citizenship

12/22/11 - NOA1 received

"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans not to harm you but to prosper you. Plans to give you hope and a better future."

- Jeremiah 29:11

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