Heads up newlyweds: if you’re changing your name after marriage, you’ll need to change your name with Global Entry AFTER you change your name on your U.S. passport. Don’t cause unnecessary stress or miss an important flight by forgetting to change your name with this office. Follow our Global Entry name change tips to avoid travel stress.
As of late 2018, Global Entry was available at 53 US airports. Over 5 million people are enrolled in Global Entry. And, the agency reports that 50,000+ new applications are filed monthly. That’s just a few people who need to know our global entry name change tips!
The MissNowMrs name change experts created a quick three-step video to help you understand the Global Entry name change process. Know when to file, and what to bring to the office with you to ensure you transition from your maiden name to your married name on your accounts with them. We want you to have smooth travels in your new name!
Global Entry is just one of the many agencies that need to be contacted when you change your name after marriage. Other government offices include Social Security, the State Department, the IRS, your state DMV, state voter registration bureau. You should also notify your banks, credit cards, insurances, utilities, mortgage provides, loan providers, professional licenses, and memberships. Whew!
The name change list is rather staggering. And, most newlyweds waste 13 hours on the name change process. Should you want to skip the stress and hassle of name change, check out the MissNowMrs service and App.