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Hi everybody, I just received my new 10 year Green Card after being approved for my i-751...I originally have 2 last names (Paternal & Maternal) but my first green card, driver license, ss card have only my first last name as suggested by my lawyer when filling the AOS that 1 last name is the common thing here in the US and I agree. Fast forward I filled my i-751 by myself last year and now I'm surprised to find out my new green card has my 2 last names even thought I didn't make any reference to my second last name on the application. Now starting to work on my N400 I'm forced to put my 2 last names and probably will create some type of issue as I wanted to drop my second last name from the beginning and all my USA Documents reflected this until now that USCIS decided to put it back. Can somebody shed some light about this, consequences and possible fix if there is any at this point?

 

Thanks in advance

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5 minutes ago, Downloader said:

Hi everybody, I just received my new 10 year Green Card after being approved for my i-751...I originally have 2 last names (Paternal & Maternal) but my first green card, driver license, ss card have only my first last name as suggested by my lawyer when filling the AOS that 1 last name is the common thing here in the US and I agree. Fast forward I filled my i-751 by myself last year and now I'm surprised to find out my new green card has my 2 last names even thought I didn't make any reference to my second last name on the application. Now starting to work on my N400 I'm forced to put my 2 last names and probably will create some type of issue as I wanted to drop my second last name from the beginning and all my USA Documents reflected this until now that USCIS decided to put it back. Can somebody shed some light about this, consequences and possible fix if there is any at this point?

 

Thanks in advance

How long was the i-175 process? 

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