Palmdale, CA asked in Immigration Law for California

Q: N-400 and Alien Registration Card have my current name bur N-445 has my old name.

Which name will appear on N-550

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Gus M. Shihab Esq
Gus M. Shihab Esq
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  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Columbus, OH

A: Dear Sir/Madam

First congratulations on receiving the notice for your oath of ceremony. This is a very exciting time in your immigration process as it symbolizes the conclusion of your immigration journey and the beginning of your life as a full citizen.

It appears that you requested your name to be changed as part of the naturalization process. If the notice had your old name on it, I would immediately make an InfoPass appointment at this website: http://infopass.uscis.gov/ and see an immigration officer about making certain that your naturalization certificate has your new name on it. A trip to your InfoPass appointment can save you a lot of hassle in trying to correct an erroneously issued naturalization certificate.

Best of luck

Gus M. Shihab

www.ShihabImmigrationFirm.com

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