Go ahead and change your name to his name. The marriage is all that is needed to allow a wife to change her name to her husband's name. If you have any other concerns with the process, I strongly recommend that you consider retaining a competent and experienced immigration attorney. Perhaps, an appointment will help you best understand marriage visa processing. Good luck.
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Change your name on all your immigration paperwork, and once you get your employment authorization card, go and get a social security under your new name. Next, go and have a sate ID or drover's license issued under your new last name.
Appear with all these 3 documents at your AOS interview. The name on your national passport won't matter. You will get a green card under your married last name.
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I agree with my colleagues. Once you are married, you can legally change your name and apply for Adjustment of Status under the married name.
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