U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) considers the marriage certificate to be a valid name change document. For this reason, it is possible for the spouse seeking a green card to list their new married name on the application, even if all other documents do not match this married name. For Boundless customers, the independent immigration attorney will include a note in the application that further clarifies this.
Another option is for the spouse seeking a green card to change their name after the green card is received. However, this is a more complex and lengthy process.
Finally, the spouse seeking a green card will also have the chance to change their name when applying for citizenship.