Curious how to handle the coronavirus and married name change? If you’re a newlywed looking to change your name, the MissNowMrs experts have advice for you.
Avoid Crowded Government Offices
No one likes to spend time at the Social Security Administration office, the State Department, or Post Office. Now with coronavirus, it’s especially critical to avoid unnecessary time spent in these places.
So how do you change your name and avoid cornavirus exposure? Use the MissNowMrs App or online name change service. We complete the appropriate paperwork for you, give you insider tips on how to file by mail, and save you 13 hours of hassle!
There’s nothing more convenient (or safe) than changing your name from the comfort of your couch! Over 500,000 newlyweds have trusted MissNowMrs to help them transition to their new names. And, we can’t wait to help you.
Please note that the only office you must file in-person at is your local DMV. Depending on the state you live in, you might want to wait a few weeks before changing your name on your driver’s license.
Make the Most of NOT Traveling
The State Department takes approximately 5 weeks to issue new passports. This can be a problem for newlyweds who travel frequently. So, if your company has cancelled your flights for the foreseeable future now is the best time to file for your new passport in your new name. You won’t have to pay for expedited service. It’s a silver lining of the travel ban.
Now you have the scoop on coronavirus and married name change. If you’re stuck at home… consider it a gift of more newlywed time together!