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I neglected to bring my marriage certificate to the post office when I applied for my passport. I was never given a "Christian" middle name, but I acquired my maiden name as my middle name quite a few years ago. I ended up with my passport showing my maiden name AS my middle name. I'm not certain that this was how the State Department intended for things to turn out, but it suits my purposes just fine. There is only one name showing on my passport (Middle Name = Maiden Name in my case), so I'm not sure how this relates to the OP's question regarding legal name changes. The reason it suits my purposes is because I now have legal (passport-based) evidence that I can also be known as "Dorothy Maiden" as well as "Dorothy Married" as well as "Dorothy Maiden Married." All in one document but without any of that pesky "AKA" fine print attached!
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