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DIFFERENT NAMES GC x PASSPORT

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Hello Guys!
Im helping a friend, who already have her Green card through her marriage with a Brazilian guy. They both are applying for the N-400 (Citizenship).
The problem is that, for some reason, the put the (single) maiden name in her GC, but her brazilian (and only) passport has her married name.
Which name should I put in her N400 form for the citizenship?
How to fix this in her Green card?

Thanks

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It's pretty clear that you have to enter all the names when you file, it won't be easy for you to tell since you were not applying yourself. They just need to follow the instructions and add all the names they ever used.

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