A United States green card, also known as an Alien Registration Receipt Card, is a document issued by the office of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services that certifies that you are a permanent resident of the United States.
There are certain fees associated with filing an I-90 form to replace your green card due to a name change.
At the time of publication, the fee for replacing your green card due to a legal name change, was $450. You can submit the Form I-90 via mail or online at the USCIS website.
If you received a green card because you married a U. citizen or a permanent resident, divorcing your spouse may affect your ability to keep that green card, depending on when the divorce took place.
If you married and divorced your spouse within two years of when the U. Citizenship and Immigration Services issued you a green card, the USCIS will presume that your marriage was a sham.
Make sure to keep your original documents in a safe place to avoid any issues.