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Hi to all VJ members,I am here to seek advise,I am just confuse about my marriage certificate because the reverend put my stepfather's name on the marriage certificate,I always put N/A on all my AOS forms as what stated on my birth certificate because I am an illigetimate child.On my Mother's part at the marriage certificate too the reverend put my mother's maiden name Nelia Arriesgado Pascual but it says on there (MOTHER'S NAME PRIOR TO FIRST MARRIAGE)So I am thinking that it should be NELIA PASCUAL PEPITO since she's married my stepfather.I told this situation to my husband but he said it does'nt matter,Is it true?Does it affect my AOS?My AOS was transfered to CSC last week.Any input will be appreciated,Thanks.

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Your mariage certificate was issued here, correct? If so, can't you go to the courthouse and explain that a mistake was made on the names and get them to issue you another one? I don't know if this is possible, but I would try to do that first if I were you... Just a thought...


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Hi to all VJ members,I am here to seek advise,I am just confuse about my marriage certificate because the reverend put my stepfather's name on the marriage certificate,I always put N/A on all my AOS forms as what stated on my birth certificate because I am an illigetimate child.On my Mother's part at the marriage certificate too the reverend put my mother's maiden name Nelia Arriesgado Pascual but it says on there (MOTHER'S NAME PRIOR TO FIRST MARRIAGE)So I am thinking that it should be NELIA PASCUAL PEPITO since she's married my stepfather.I told this situation to my husband but he said it does'nt matter,Is it true?Does it affect my AOS?My AOS was transfered to CSC last week.Any input will be appreciated,Thanks.

You were married here in USA? I am confused as to why your parents name is on marriage certificate anyways.


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It asks for your Mother's Maiden name. Your mother's name when she was born. So, basically your mother's name when she was still single :)

If you have already filed, I am with your husband that it does not matter. As long as your name and your husband's name is correct, the marriage certificate should be fine. When when showed our marriage certificate to the DMV to change my wife's name, they just look at my wife's name and my name on the marriage certificate.


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