Does your passport have to match your married name?
Your passport and social security name do not need to match. An airline or TSA will never ask for your social security card. You may continue to travel internationally under your maiden or previous married name.
Can I go on honeymoon with passport in maiden name?
You’ll need to travel in the name that will be on your passport when you go on holiday. This will usually be your maiden name.
When you get married what happens to your name?
Change your name to your match your spouse. This is the most traditional option. Usually, a bride takes her husband’s last name. However, some adventurous grooms take the last names of their wives. Plus, same-sex couples are making their own traditions.
Which last name goes first when married?
Generally, there are no set rules or etiquette when it comes to deciding exactly how your hyphenated last name will read. You can go the “traditional” route and list your “maiden” name first, or you could choose to list your new last name first, followed by your original last name.
Who needs to be notified when you change your name?
Some of the agencies that require notification are:
- Social Security Administration.
- Department of Motor Vehicles.
- Passport Office.
- Post Office.
- Voter Registration.
- Banks and other financial institutions.
- Credit Card companies (or issuers)
Does changing your last name affect your taxes?
Does a name change affect my taxes? Yes, your identification information must match your W-2 information, and these must match the SSA information. If for any reason this information doesn’t all match, processing of your tax return may be delayed while you update your information.
How do I legally get a new last name?
How to apply
- Complete the Application for Change of Name form.
- Gather the supporting documents.
- Get fingerprints.
- Provide a criminal record check or police information check.
- Find any existing birth certificates.
- Submit the application form.
- Change of Name certificates.
- Birth certificates.
How common is it to keep your maiden name?
According to recent reports, somewhere between 60 percent and 80 percent of brides take their husband’s last name when they get married, while 20 percent choose to keep their maiden name and about 5 percent chose to hyphenate. For same-sex couples, the numbers are about the same.
When you get divorced do you go back to your maiden name?
Despite the reason for the divorce, there are many questions the ex-spouses may have. Some women ask, “Can I keep my married name when divorced?” Typically a woman will change her name back to her maiden name, but in some cases a woman may want to keep her married name.
Does MS mean you are divorced?
In the case of a divorced woman, “Mrs. Arthur Reynolds” is no longer an option. If she retains her former husband’s last name (and many women do so that their surname will be the same as their children’s) then Mrs. If she reverts to her maiden name, Ms. is the correct title, as in “Ms.