I needed my original middle name put back which I did this week through the local probate court. My question is do I have to inform USCIS? Thank you and have a wonderful weekend.
Luis A. Guerra, Esq.
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Law Office of Luis A. Guerra (954) 434-5800. This answer is of a general nature and should not be relied upon as final, nor is it intended as legal advice.
You are a US citizen. You do not have to inform USCIS.
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As a US Citizen there is no need to inform CIS of the change of name. As a change of name from a Probate Judge is a legal name change, and the last act taken on your name, the name on the Probate order is your legal name, and you can use that to get your identification changed on all identification documents, bills, contracts, etc. You don't need to do anything further.
The above is not legal advice. It is general information. I only give legal advice to those who have a retainer agreement with me. You may also seek further information on my website - http://immigrationlawyernewhavenct.com
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