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Name still not changed in the SAVE database?

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So I received my conditional Green Card in April of this year and finally was able to go and get my learners permit from my local DMV last week. I passed all the tests and everything, had all of my appropriate paperwork (green card and SSN both in my married name) but the woman said that on her computer it still showed my name as my maiden name? She was able to carry on and have my license printed in my married name but said that I should contact immigration as it may hinder being able to get my full license.

Basically, I'm wondering how do I go about contacting immigration to get this fixed? Or is it possible it was something wrong with her computer some how? I don't understand how I could have my green card and SSN in my married name but somehow the SAVE database hasn't been updated? It is immigration though so haha

Any help or input would be appreciated :)


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May 10th, 2015: Got Engaged!

June 12th 2015: Fiance filed I-129F, June 19th, 2015: (NOA1) Received at California Service Center

July 23rd, 2015: (NOA2) NVC received

Aug 31st, 2015: NVC Approved and fwd case to consulate in Montreal. MTL case # given.

Sept 8th, 2015: MTL received and sent P3 by mail, Sept 18th, 2015: P3 received in mail, Sept 18th, 2015: DS-160 completed and P3 documents sent by e-mail

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K-1 AOS Process (72 days from I-485 filed -> Green Card in Hand)

Spoiler

 

POE: Dec. 16th, 2015 by U-Haul @ Port Huron <p>

AOS, EAD, AP (72 days from package sent -> Green Card in hand)

Jan. 1st, 2016: Civil Ceremony <3

Jan. 29th, 2016: Applied for SSN

Feb. 2nd, 2016: Sent off AOS packet

Feb. 9th, 2016: NOA1's received by text & e-mail

Feb. 13th, 2016: NOA1 hard copies received in the mail

Feb. 23rd, 2016: Biometrics letter in mail received for Feb 29th!

Feb. 23rd, 2016: SSN received in the mail

Feb. 29th, 2016: Successful Biometrics appointment in Tampa, FL

April 7th, 2016: Green Card in production!!!

April 11th, 2016: Green Card in Mail

April 13th, 2016: Received Green Card :)

 

 

Removal of Conditions Process

Jan 16th, 2018: Mailed Form I-751 to CSC

Jan 18th, 2018: USPS Delivered to CSC

Jan. 24th, 2018: NOA1 received in the mail

 

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