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Hello how are you today I hope good ...

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I have BEEN married I got a divorce in the divorce decree I stated I want my maiden name back ..I did not go to ssn to change it or to get my maiden name back . I AM WAITING ON MY NOA2 now I am the partitioner. When I filed i129 I PUT MY EX HUSBAND LAST NAME in the app since my passport driver license ssn all STILL UNDER MY EX LAST NAME I sent my divorce decree to uscis as well . I just today found out that in ssn my last name has been changed back to my maiden name questions

1.how did the last name change when I didn't go to ssn? The court sent it when I asked in the divorce ??

2. Will this screw me up ??

3 will I have to change all my documents and file again or will divorce decree save my butt ???

I didn't get those documents changed I figured this is America I can have any last name I want UNTILL my fiancé from Europe comes then I would take his last name when we get married ....

Has ANYYYY of you experienced this please please help me out (no RFE no noa2 yet from TSC)

Than you guyssss so much for reading and replying bless you all !

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If you documented in the divorce papers you were returning to your maiden name with the divorce, that became your name on the date the court finalized your divorce.

I've no idea who SS got your current legal name back on the SS account, but it was your responsibility to change all your ID's and notify SSA about your name change. Did you bother to change your SS card to your married name originally? Could be the court in your location informs the SSA of legal name changes issued by the court, but the courts I've dealt with requires the individuals to do it.

I rather doubt it will effect the end result of your petition, as you should have entered all the names you've gone by, so they should have a record of both your maiden name and married name. But it might cause delays and confusion as you're using a name you're no longer really entitled to use.


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I did the samething you did i figure why change name if im gonna change it again once i get married i dint get any RFE for that, im waiting on interview so we'll see. Blessings to you. .

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I did the samething you did i figure why change name if im gonna change it again once i get married i dint get any RFE for that, im waiting on interview so we'll see. Blessings to you. .

Omg thank you for letting me know I mean it states in the divorce decree my maden name plus when I went to see my fiancé I had my married name in the passport ... Good luck in the interview and thank you

If you documented in the divorce papers you were returning to your maiden name with the divorce, that became your name on the date the court finalized your divorce.

I've no idea who SS got your current legal name back on the SS account, but it was your responsibility to change all your ID's and notify SSA about your name change. Did you bother to change your SS card to your married name originally? Could be the court in your location informs the SSA of legal name changes issued by the court, but the courts I've dealt with requires the individuals to do it.

I rather doubt it will effect the end result of your petition, as you should have entered all the names you've gone by, so they should have a record of both your maiden name and married name. But it might cause delays and confusion as you're using a name you're no longer really entitled to use.

I Now know that I should have ughhhhh thank you for answering though

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