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Hello, i need help, i'm kind confused.

My maiden name is Elizabete N. S., and when i did the k-1 visa, i put both N. S. like my last names (it's cultural in Brazil). But, when i got married, i got rid of the "N"(my mother's last name) and put my maiden last name "S."like middle name and my last name is my husband's. So, my married name in our marriage license is: E. S. A. , and when i filled the forms and filed for AOS, i put my married name E.S.A.

Ah, when i arrived, i could not get my SS card, cuz in the port of entry, the stupid officer typed wrong my name, and dropped the last letter, so they informed me, that i just could apply after file for the AOS. So, i want file after i receive my EAD. Because, i'm without the SS card, i can't get driver license, Michigan ID, and etc.

Last tuesday, i had my biometrics, and when i arrived i filled the form. Even, took with me my passport (maiden name) and marriage license. When i filled the form, i put E.S.A, and like i said, the "S", like middle name. After some minutes, the supervisor said they could so considere my name, like E.S.A, and in the AOS interview, i could change and let like E.S.A. So, i got my biometrics, but in their system is just E.A. Now, i'm confused and don't know much what to do.

Will my EAD comes with the name E.A. from the biometrics or Elizabete S.A, like on the forms?

And for example, if my EAD comes like Elizabete A. If i apply now to my social security, can i change there my name and gp back to E.S.A, just like in my marriage license?

I can't wait anymore for the green card to apply for the social security. But, i'm worried with this confusion of the names. And if they put my social security like E.A., and in the AOS interview i get back to E.S.A, can i go back and update my name in the social security?

I count with you guys help.


K-1 Visa process

11/05/2010 - I-129F Sent

11/08/2010 - NOA1

11/11/2010 - Touched

02/19/2011 - Medical exam

03/15/2011 - Touched

04/19/2011 - RFE (email/textmsg)

04/22/2011 - RFE hardcopy

04/25/2011 - RFE reply sent

05/03/2011 - Touched (RFE response under review)

05/16/2011 - NOA2 (Finally, after 6 months - exactly 189 days)

05/25/2011 - NVC received our case

05/31/2011 - Got our new case number (NVC sent a letter)

06/01/2011 - The U.S. Embassy in Rio de Janeiro received our case

06/07/2011 - Received our interview date

08/09/2011 - INTERVIEW!!! (Approved)

08/13/2011 - Received my passport

08/15/2011 - POE Detroit

09/22/2011 - GOT MARRIED!!!!!!!!!

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PLEASE, any help is appreciated.


K-1 Visa process

11/05/2010 - I-129F Sent

11/08/2010 - NOA1

11/11/2010 - Touched

02/19/2011 - Medical exam

03/15/2011 - Touched

04/19/2011 - RFE (email/textmsg)

04/22/2011 - RFE hardcopy

04/25/2011 - RFE reply sent

05/03/2011 - Touched (RFE response under review)

05/16/2011 - NOA2 (Finally, after 6 months - exactly 189 days)

05/25/2011 - NVC received our case

05/31/2011 - Got our new case number (NVC sent a letter)

06/01/2011 - The U.S. Embassy in Rio de Janeiro received our case

06/07/2011 - Received our interview date

08/09/2011 - INTERVIEW!!! (Approved)

08/13/2011 - Received my passport

08/15/2011 - POE Detroit

09/22/2011 - GOT MARRIED!!!!!!!!!

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we were told you cant change your middle name in america due to other countries traditions, you have to do a legal name change later, they want to go by what your LEGAL documents say your middle name is, here they only allow you to change your last name if you like when you marry, again this is what we were told, i dont have anything on paper proving it, i hope this helps.


K1 Visa Timeline

10/11/2010 - I-129F sent via USPS

10/19/2010 - NOA1 hard copy received, dated 10/15/2010

04/08/2011- received NOA2 hard copy, dated 04/05/2011

04/12/2011- NVC received petition

04/18/2011- received letter from NVC

04/18/2011- Manila embassy received petition

04/27/2011- medical exam passed

05/04/2011- appointment letter received dated 06/01/2011

06/01/2011- appointment date, put on administrative review

06/24/2011- visa granted

06/29/2011- received visa

07/18/2011- cfo class

07/21/2011- arrived in America

09/02/2011- happily married!

AOS Timeline

12/01/2011- AOS packet sent

12/06/2011- received email and text from USCIS with MSC number

12/07/2011- check was cashed

12/10/2011- received NOA hard copy dated 12/05/2011

12/12/2011- received NOA hard copy for biometrics appointment for 12/28/2011

12/24/2011- received NOA hard copy stating that our case was transfered to CSC on 12/20/2011

12/28/2011- biometrics appointment completed

06/25/2012- put in service request

09/12/2012- AOS approved

09/17/2012- card production

09/21/2012- greencard in hand

ROC Timeline

08/04/2014 - sent ROC packet

08/13/2014 - received I-797, NOA, dated 08/08/2014

08/28/2014 - received biometric appt. letter for 09/11/2014

02/25/2015- ROC approved

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