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My wife and my step daughter both recieved their advance parole document .

My wife wants to travel to her native country to visit family and to change her daughter’s surname. Her daughter has her biological father’s name in her passport . 

Will this be a big problem with CBP re-entering if my step daughter has her surname legally changed in her native country and her passport has a different surname than what is on her Advance Parole document ?

I am very concerned about this . Both my wife and I want her surname changed but I’m thinking this will cause am issue with CBP.

 

i welcome your advice on opinions. 

 

 

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8 minutes ago, Kostas said:

My wife and my step daughter both recieved their advance parole document .

My wife wants to travel to her native country to visit family and to change her daughter’s surname. Her daughter has her biological father’s name in her passport . 

Will this be a big problem with CBP re-entering if my step daughter has her surname legally changed in her native country and her passport has a different surname than what is on her Advance Parole document ?

I am very concerned about this . Both my wife and I want her surname changed but I’m thinking this will cause am issue with CBP.

 

i welcome your advice on opinions. 

As long as she has the relevant documentation showing all of this then it won't be an issue. 

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Do you mean the documentation from her native country showing her surname being changed ? 

If yes, should we get the name change documents translated into English ?

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4 minutes ago, Kostas said:

Do you mean the documentation from her native country showing her surname being changed ? 

If yes, should we get the name change documents translated into English ?

Yes, the documents in her native country showing the surname being changed and it officially translated into English so that there is no issue.

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15 minutes ago, Kostas said:

Do you mean the documentation from her native country showing her surname being changed ? 

If yes, should we get the name change documents translated into English ?

Yes.......she needs something that connects the dots....or, in this case, her names....in English..


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