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Hello, yes you will need to update the name on your marriage certificate, and the marriage certificate is valid proof of name change even though it doesnt specificly list the that, that is your new name I am helping an elderly friend get a replacement SS card (after many yrs and 2 marriages) so that she can get Medicare. She has a first and middle name which is what her birth certificate shows.
thru her life she combined the two names into one and basically assumed that as her first name but never changed it legally.
Should she just leave as is or attempt to have it updated/corrected to match what will be on the SS card?
The name in your passport must match the name on your Australian birth certificate, Australian citizenship certificate or previous Australian passport (provided this was issued after 20 August 1986 with at least two years validity), unless you have changed that name through an Australian Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (RBDM) or the Department of Home Affairs.You also need to provide proof of Citizenship along with all of the above documents.Passport Renewal form DS-82 applies to people who have their most recent passport, were at least 16 years of age when they were issued their passport.Additionally, divorced women sometimes plan to go back to using their maiden name by changing the last name on the passport.Other life circumstances may also warrant a name change, but these are the two primary reasons why someone would need to change the name on their passport.