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We have been using my wife’s married name for all the petition and visa 
process so far. The interview letter is also in the married name.

My wife planned on doing her medical exam with her maiden name passport this 
week. We should be receiving her new updated passport (in married name) in the week following the medical and will have this for the interview.

If the medical exam paperwork is in the maiden name, will we 
still be allowed to use the updated married name passport for the interview 
and visa issuance? The goal is to have the visa in married name. 

 

Based on everything I've found, it appears it should be fine. I understand that visa's are issued in the name of valid passport at interview time, just not sure if the medical being in maiden name will cause any issues.

 

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2 hours ago, fastjourn said:

We have been using my wife’s married name for all the petition and visa 
process so far. The interview letter is also in the married name.

My wife planned on doing her medical exam with her maiden name passport this 
week. We should be receiving her new updated passport (in married name) in the week following the medical and will have this for the interview.

If the medical exam paperwork is in the maiden name, will we 
still be allowed to use the updated married name passport for the interview 
and visa issuance? The goal is to have the visa in married name. 

 

Based on everything I've found, it appears it should be fine. I understand that visa's are issued in the name of valid passport at interview time, just not sure if the medical being in maiden name will cause any issues.

 

 

SLEC stamps the passport.    And you do want everything in the correct name.

 

 


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