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Hi all! I've become a US citizen in February of this year and I also applied for a name change during that time. I've been trying to get a new SSN card but they keep sending my form back saying I need the actual document that says I changed my name and it was approved. I don't remember what this document looks like and I can't find any in my documents folder from USCIS. I have my naturalization certificate but not the name change document. For all naturalized citizen who also changed their name, do you know what this document looks like and where can I find a replacement?
This may be a bit of a weird one, but I am at a loss as to where to go. I am a UK citizen and when I was between 5 - 8 years old my parents changed my name by deed poll. I have misplaced the original 80's document and need to get a replacement but the UK does not have a central database of name changes!!! So I am not sure where to go to get a legally binding copy of the certificate, for my K1 interview at the Embassy in London. Has anyone else ever had to show a childhood name change? What paperwork was required? All my documentation is in my current name, apart from my original birth certificate which has my mothers maiden name on. Anyone had a similar experience?