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I-130, I-485, I-765 & I-864 Concurrent Filing Questions

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Hello All,

I'm about to submit my packet to sponsor my husband. I'm a US citizen through naturalization and my husband arrived to the US on a visitor visa which expired in 2007. We got married in May of this year and we finally want him to become a permanent resident. We've been together for over 6 years as it's time for a honeymoon! :)

Okay, so first thing is first. I changed my last name to his and that information is reflected on the marriage certificate along with my license. Will it be an issue that my passport still reflects my maiden name? I'm thinking I should include my "new" last name on all the paperwork and just include my maiden name when asked on the paperwork.

Here are the contents of my folder to USIS:

G-325a for me

G-325a for husband

G-1145 for me

G-1145 for husband

I-130

I-485

I-765

I-864

along with all the associated paperwork. I've searched this site for hours making sure that I have all the necessary forms/pictures/proof etc. so I'm good on that account. I decided to submit all the forms concurrently in hopes of expediting the process :-)

Can someone please confirm if the fact that my passport reflects my maiden name will not be an issue?

Thank you! :)


I-751 Timeline (for husband)

(day 1) Package sent to Texas PO Box via USPS 7/30/2019

(day 3) Package received by USCIS 8/1/2019

(day 8 ) Text message received at 8:30PM with receipt # stating form I-797 will follow in mail 8/6/2019

(day 12) I-797 Notice of Action received Re: 18 month extension letter 8/10/2019

(day 44)  Biometrics appointment completed 9/12/2019

(day 316) Notification on app saying case is approved!  6/10/2020

 

n-600 Timeline (for myself)

(day 1) Submitted application & payment online 9/24/2019

(day 1) Received an update on the USCIC website stating they received my application and will mail me a receipt notice (QUICK!) 9/24/2019

(day 17) Received biometrics appointment letter scheduled for October 24th 10/11/2019

(day 29) Biometrics completed day early & case immediately updated on app 10/23/2019

(day 262) App notification that case is approved! 6/12/2020

 

AOS Timeline (helped sister in law fill out the documents, she's the petitioner)

(day 1) Mailed AOS Packet to Chicago Lockbox 10/02/2019

(day 3) Package delivered 10/04/2019

(day 9) Received 6 text messages with case numbers 10/11/2019

(day 17) 3 NOA's for mother in law and 3 NOA's for father in law received 10/18/2019

(day 24) Received biometrics appointment letters scheduled for 11/5 10/24/2019

(day 39) Received case status update that fingerprints have been completed  11/11/2019

(day 111) (Father in law)- EAD card in production 1/21/2020

(day 112) (Mother in law)- EAD card in production 1/22/2020

(day 117) MIL & FIL's EAD cards arrived 1/27/2020

(day 176) mother & father in law received 10 year green cards in mail, no interview! 3/27/2020

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No the name change is not an issue, as you have the marriage certificate to show them as proof.If you wanted to get a new passport in your new last name you could renew it, however I don't believe it is mandatory to get a new one as long as when you are traveling the name on the ticket matches your passport, which means you would put your maiden name on the ticket.

So yeah, you can include your new last name on the paperwork and just the maiden name where it's asked.

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hi

you're missing the i693 which is the medical and vaccination on the list of forms

that has to be filled out by a doctor approved by immigration

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