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Hello guys. So, I just received my new passport under my married name.

I also have my green card under my married name. (Thankfully, both using PH way!)

 

Anyway, I know that my gc is linked with my old passport (maiden name/used for k1 visa).

Because my husband and I droved twice to Canada, and they only needed to see my gc.

Upon checking on i94.cbp website using my maiden name and old passport number my departure and arrival was recorded.

 

My question is: do I need to tell USCIS about my new passport so they can link my GC to it? So that when I travel next time, I can input my new passport information to cbp website to get my travel history..?

I am planning to go to Philippines next month. and I just want to make sure everything will go smoothly.

 

Thank you so much!

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Nothing to do.   Your GC is not tied to "a" passport.  Keep your old one as you will need it later.  

 

If you have Global Entry - that is linked to a passport.


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June 15, 2018  I-130 DCF Appointment in Juarez  -  June 18, 2018  Approval E-Mail

August 2, 2018 Case Complete At Consulate

September 25, 2018 Interview in CDJ and Approved!

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54 minutes ago, Paul & Mary said:

Nothing to do.   Your GC is not tied to "a" passport.  Keep your old one as you will need it later.  

 

If you have Global Entry - that is linked to a passport.

 

Hi! Thanks for your reply!

Really? I believe it is linked. Cuz again, when we drove to Canada from NY, immigration only needed my GC. They didn’t ask for my passport.

 

And when I went to check my travel history (i94) on cbp website using my old passport information, my departure and arrival to/from Canada/USA appeared there.

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Grammar correction

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