Now after lived with the new name i want again to do the name change, how is the procedure will i have to do go in USCIS or just do the normal court name change and after that new id, passport, updated ssn, without asking from USCIS to do the change in naturalization certificate
As a naturalized citizen, you need not ask USCIS for permission to change your name. You have a regular court case. Once you change your name you will need to update all your records, including your SSN, drivers license, passport, etc.
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I agree with Judy above, you would simply go through the court name change process. You will have to file a petition to change your name, and publish notice. It is fairly straight forward.
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