As many as will fit in the amount of space available on the card.
J Charles Ferrari
Eng & Nishimura
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Generally speaking, the name on your green card needs to match the name on your birth certificate. The exceptions are if you are married and took your spouse's last name or if you had a court-ordered name-change. There is no limit on the number of names, but the name should match your birth certificate.
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