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My mom's name on the visa is mixed up. What should we do?

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Hi,

sorry to bother again.

We received the visas for my parents and sibling a couple days ago and after checking my mom's name on the issued visa. It was written back-ward with first and middle names mixed up.

Her last name: Tran

first name: My Le

middle name: Thi

So in vietnamese it reads as Tran Thi My Le.

However on the visa issued by the consulate was: Tran, Le Thi My.

It should be Tran, My Le Thi on the visa.....can we bring the visa to consulate to have it corrected? I heard she would have a difficult time getting greencard/ssn if the names does not match.

Thanks,

Bali

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is best to get this fixed at the consulate/iv unit now, nowish


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