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Hi, I would like to ask if i can use my maiden namen in my k1 visa application? My marriage was annulled here in the philippines but I’m still waiting for the documents from PSA (annotated marriage certificate) to be able to process to change my married name to my maiden name. Thanks 

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42 minutes ago, Lily Cruz said:

Hi, I would like to ask if i can use my maiden namen in my k1 visa application? My marriage was annulled here in the philippines but I’m still waiting for the documents from PSA (annotated marriage certificate) to be able to process to change my married name to my maiden name. Thanks 

You have to use names as it appears on passport or relevant documents

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56 minutes ago, Lily Cruz said:

Hi, I would like to ask if i can use my maiden namen in my k1 visa application? My marriage was annulled here in the philippines but I’m still waiting for the documents from PSA (annotated marriage certificate) to be able to process to change my married name to my maiden name. Thanks 

Name on the passport.   If you will have your passport changed back to your maiden name by the time of your interview (7-8 months later) then use your maiden name


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15 minutes ago, Ann&James said:

You have to use names as it appears on passport or relevant documents

Hi, thanks for the reply. In my passport I’m using my maiden name but in my other identification cards I’m still using my married name. I’m working on changing back all my other IDs to my maiden name.

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Just now, Lily Cruz said:

Hi, thanks for the reply. In my passport I’m using my maiden name but in my other identification cards I’m still using my married name. I’m working on changing back all my other IDs to my maiden name.

Passport still in maiden name, then use your MAIDEN name for the I-129F.


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

      HandArrow.gif.adeb854ba620933849ae921ca0b44a0c.gif  Link to the Visa Process for Manila Embassy once you have your NOA2 : Click Here

 

Contact Hank: HERE

K-1 visa approved 21 March 2012

...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Hank_ said:

Name on the passport.   If you will have your passport changed back to your maiden name by the time of your interview (7-8 months later) then use your maiden name

Thanks for this info. In my passport I’m currently using my maiden name but all my other identification cards still reflects my married name. 

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