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    Mississippi Name Change Package - $29.95

    Miss Now Mrs's Name Change Packages automates the completion of the required forms to change your name in Mississippi. Simply complete a quick questionnaire, print out the forms and file them. It couldn't be easier.

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    Name Change Package
    Includes Forms for:

    • Drivers License
    • Vehicle Title
    • Registration
    • IRS
    • Voter Registration
    • US Passport
    • Bank Notification
    • Credit Card Notification
    • Insurance Notification

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    After you legally change your name, you'll need to update the information on your driver's license or ID card, vehicle title, and vehicle registration.

    Driver's License and ID Card

    To change your name on your Mississippi driver's license or ID, visit your local driver's license office and be prepared to submit:

    • 2 primary identification documents, such as:
      • An updated Social Security Card.
      • A court document, such as a divorce decree or name change order.
      • A marriage certificate.
      • A valid passport.

    OR

    • 1 primary document above and 1 secondary identification documents, such as:
      • A bank statement.
      • A student ID card.
      • A voter registration documents.
      • Utility bills.

    You will need to pay a duplicate license fee in cash, unless you make the change when you renew your license, in which case only the renewal charge will apply.

    NOTE: If you plan to use your Social Security Card as proof of identity, you'll need to update it with the Social Security Administration. Visit Social Security Online for more information about affecting a name change on your Social Security card.

    Vehicle Registration and Title

    When you change your name, you'll also need to change your vehicle registration and title to reflect that change. Visit your local tax commissioner's office to request an application. You'll need to present a copy of your marriage certificate, divorce decree, or court order showing your name change.

    You may need to pay a duplicate title fee.

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