1. Use both or only her new name.
2. "Last" means whichever event occurred last: did your marriage take place before her arrival in the US? If yes, put your present address.
3. The question asks about the city and state in which wife will ultimately adjust status. Note that this mist be a city in which USCIS maintains a District Office. If you live in Tucson, AZ , then put that city, since USCIS does have a district office there & that's where wife's case will be ultimately processed.
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1. Which name to use? Whichever she prefers. If CG will be in her married name, she will need to carry marriage certificate with her in foreign trips.
2. "from to" applies to from date you moved in to date you changed address. If still there, write "present"
3. The address to file the form is in the form's instructions.
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1. Her new name.
2. The last address you lived together. Period.
3. The city you live in, if USCIS has an office in that city.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case. You can find one through http://www.ailalawyer.com.
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