Reply i went in with my ceritified divorce papers.
Reply Hello, I just got married in November and change my name a week ago. Destination Expert for San Diego.
I used my marriage license to change my name Ok, you're right, and you're wrong. I recently got married and requested to take my husbands last name on the marriage license and certificate.
Unfortunately, changing your name isn't as simple as submitting a single form and waiting for your new social security card. We're here to help. Marriage records photocopy and certified are typically issued by a county clerk's office where you apply for a marriage license , while a certified copy of a marriage certificate is gotten from the county recorder's office.
If the option to choose a new married name wasn't presented on the marriage application, then it won't be presented on the marriage certificate. Everything minus my ss is in my married name.. You can get in touch with the court and request a corrected divorce decree. It looks like you may just have to petition the court for a legal name change, which would just be an affirmation of your current name. My question is: Good luck.
Is this possible without a court order? If you're changing your name for reasons that aren't marital, you'll need the paperwork from the court that approved your name change.
Grab a folder This will help you save time. You can go to any office. Your friends may also have trouble adjusting to your new identify and may find it awkward to start referring to you by your new chosen name. Reply Hi Brandi.
Reply Hi Deborah. Reply They have tracking on your card? Name is way too long and would only like to keep one last name.
Do I need a court order to change my first name or can I just bring my marriage license, passport and green card asa proof of my first name?