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Hello, please I need some help here, I'm adjusting my status from Visa b1/b2 to Resident permanent for a citizen husband, I received the notice of biometric appointment with my married name (I requested to change it for married name) well... I have my appointment in August 7, My concern is that I don't have any ID with my married name yet! What can I do? My married license has my maiden name too... I'm nervous about that...


Also My passport is expired since June, my only ID I have is a Visa laser b1/b2 wich expires until 2025... Can I show that ID? 


Hope I can receive answers here, Thank you in advance 

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20 minutes ago, little immigrant said:

Marriage certificate is sufficient to show name change even if it is in your maiden name. I haven't heard of a marriage certificate in your married name because at the time you marry, you have your maiden name. 


Bring your marriage certificate and your ID. 

Thank you for your response! Do you think I can show my Visa Laser B1/B2 instead of my passport? Because my passport is expired since June 2019... I appreciate it your response and is super helpful to me :)

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