Although my driver's liscense is from Florida and my car is registered in Florida, I am registered to vote in Vermont and have lived in Vermont for the past three years. To begin, I looked up Vermont State Courts online to find out which one handles name changes.
Then, I emailed my dad to ask him for a certified copy of my birth certificate (as that's #2 on the required documentation list), and about a week later I received it in the mail (thanks Dad!).
When I got there, I found out that I was supposed to call the number first to make an appointment to then sign the form in front of the Register of the Court (who apparently is the reception lady at the Probate Court office). When she was ready, I signed the form in front of her (with my birth name) and gave it to her to be typed up. She told me the Judge would sign it, and I would receive two certified copies of the offical name change by mail in 10-15 days. Then I set out to change everything else in my life (bank accounts, drivers license, birth certificate, car registration, insurance, etc). To change my name on my social security card, I went to Social Security Online and printed out the Application for Social Security Card form. Once I received my new social security card, I was be able to change my name with my school.

While I was in Florida in March 2003, I got my drivers license and car registration changed. I have not changed my name on my Florida birth certificate because of legal complications encountered when I was trying to change the sex designation on it.
With the exception of winning lottery numbers, no other multiple-number combination carries more clout in life than your Social Security number. With your Social Security number carrying so much importance, it’s imperative you update any identity changes with the Social Security Administration (SSA). If, for instance, you change your name due to divorce, marriage, or creative whimsy, you need to contact the SSA immediately.
If the SSA deems that the document does not provide sufficient enough proof, or if your name change occurred more than two years ago, additional proof of identity will be required. In addition to a marriage certificate or divorce decree you must provide an identification document. After processing your information, the SSA will issue you a new Social Security card with your new name. I acknowledge that is a privately-owned Web site that is not owned or operated by any state government agency.

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F______, the bank teller simply filled out a bunch of forms for me, both for changing my name on my accounts and to get new ATM cards. Failing to notify the SSA could possibly delay future tax refunds and prevent your wages from being correctly assigned to your record, thus diminishing your Social Security benefits. When not pretending to enjoy watching middle school soccer games, she writes, blogs, and edits.

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