I have married an American and my permanent green card issued 2.5 years ago, in that time, I have used his last name as my last name in immigration forms and green card issued while my last name was my husband last name, he cheated on me and I am in the process of divorce, I need to know that should I inform immigration office to issue a new green card for me with my last name?
File form I-90 with the required fee and proof of the name change
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You file an I-90 after the divorce court changes your name back per the divorce proceedings
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