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Hi to all..im already married and wanna know if the last name of my birth certificate should be my middle now that im already married..cuz my husband say that i should use my middle name still ..like not to change it cuz it is how it is here in us. I just wanna know if his right cuz i gotta file my AOS Soon.....and if any one knows about the biometric thing...when should i do it?

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I might be misunderstanding your question but from what I'm understanding... You want to know if you have to use your maiden name? which was your former last name not middle name. Since your married you can drop the last name and change to your husband's. This is common practice for woman. You can also choose to keep your former last name and add your husband's last name some women do that too.

SO if you were lets say married Mary Clark

and your husband's name is John English

You can either be Mary English

or Mary Clark-English

Sorry I may have totally misunderstood your question if so just disregard my comment.

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I mean like if the name of my birth before is. 1st name ANN middle nameLACER. LastnameVILLA and my husband is SHANE CLACk. DAVID..should i use like ANN VILLA DAVID ? Cuz my husband say it should be like. ANN LACER DAVID..just dnt knw if his ryt..

We just get married here in us and he said defferent as how it is in the country whre im from..so pls..give me some idea guys

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I mean like if the name of my birth before is. 1st name ANN middle nameLACER. LastnameVILLA and my husband is SHANE CLACk. DAVID..should i use like ANN VILLA DAVID ? Cuz my husband say it should be like. ANN LACER DAVID..just dnt knw if his ryt..

We just get married here in us and he said defferent as how it is in the country whre im from..so pls..give me some idea guys

I think your husband was suggesting that you drop your last name (maiden name) and use his, so Ann Lacer David would be correct. Your first, middle and his last name.

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yes he is right. There is no need to drop your own middle name. If you want to keep your last ( maiden) name you could just be Ann Lacer Villa-David. It's completely up to you. Your middle name doesnt really have an effect on anything.

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So my last name would be gone ?cuz usualy its like when a girl is married thy put thre last name as there middle name and put the thre husband. Lastname as the last name..or it is just how it is here in us :-)

are you a filipino? if yes, then use the tradiItonal name change which is ANN VILLA DAVID.

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AOS Journey

2-22-2012 - Mailed in AOS/EAD/ paperwork.

2-28-2012 - Return Receipt.

3-05-2012 - NOA I-797C received for I-485, I-765 and biometrics appointment for 3-29-2012

3-07-2012 - Sent Notice to Reschedule Appointment at local ASC by certified mail

3-10-2012 - Return Receipt

3-20-2012 - received text/email the case is transferred

3-24-2012 - NOA I-797C notice received that the case is transferred at CSC

3-30-2012 - Received NOA I-797 New Biometrics Appointment for 4-24-2012

4-24-2012 - BIOMETRICS and same day my I-765 status is in production

4-30-2012 - received text/email notification EAD is on my way

5-03-2012 - received EAC

9-10-2012 - GC/DOCUMENT PRODUCTION

9-11-2012 - CSC mail out the Welcome Letter

9-12-2012 - CSC mail out the Green Card

9-14-2012 - Welcome Letter received

9-15-2012 - Green Card received

ROC Journey

8-15-2014 - Sent I-751

8-18-2014 - I-751 Delivered

8-18-2014 - NOA I-797

8-20-2014 - Check Cashed

9-11-2014 - Biometrics Appointment

11-18-2014- Received email and text notification that green card is in production

11-19-2014- CSC mail out GREEN CARD

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