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hi all

Me and my wife got our visas finally..

Her marital status in her visa is married while mine is single.

The issue is when I first applied was single, then got married and added her to my case.Do not know such mistakes happen or there is no mistake at all?

Kindly help.

thanks,

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If you are "single" you can't have a derivative wife. It's obviously a mistake but why take the chance of entering the US like that? In any case you are supposed to notify the embassy if there's a mistake. Get it fixed.

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If you are "single" you can't have a derivative wife. It's obviously a mistake but why take the chance of entering the US like that? In any case you are supposed to notify the embassy if there's a mistake. Get it fixed.

thanks for reply

but, do not they take the information on Visa from DS260 ? in which I was single and got married after submitting it?

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will it affect us there?

thanks for reply

but, do not they take the information on Visa from DS260 ? in which I was single and got married after submitting it?

You mean you haven't contacted the embassy and are thinking of using the visa as is??? I guarantee that is a move you will regret for life if you do so. It's not a matter of them taking the information for the visa from the DS-260 form. People make mistakes, US embassy staff are human beings, and I'm sure there's a note included with the visa about contacting the embassy if there's an error on the visa. You will run into trouble if you use the visa as issued!

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Firstly,thanks alot for replies.

What I am asking about is;i am single in my passport and single in visa application form.because I got married after submitting it.

I know that people make mistakes,but I am just want to confirm is it a mistake or the visa should be matching the passport and the form, that's it

Anyway thanks again, really appreciate

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Firstly,thanks alot for replies.

What I am asking about is;i am single in my passport and single in visa application form.because I got married after submitting it.

I know that people make mistakes,but I am just want to confirm is it a mistake or the visa should be matching the passport and the form, that's it

Anyway thanks again, really appreciate

The embassy made a mistake on my brother country of birth, even though everything was listed correctly, he returned his visa to embassy and it was fixed in a week. You need to fix that before you travel to the USA. you don't wanna risk having a admission denial when you reach the airport, I just want you to be aware that the final decision for granting admission is for CBP at the port of entry. In your case , what ever is listed in your passport is irrelevant regarding the martial status. You need your immigrant file to have the correct information.,


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The embassy made a mistake on my brother country of birth, even though everything was listed correctly, he returned his visa to embassy and it was fixed in a week. You need to fix that before you travel to the USA. you don't wanna risk having a admission denial when you reach the airport, I just want you to be aware that the final decision for granting admission is for CBP at the port of entry. In your case , what ever is listed in your passport is irrelevant regarding the martial status. You need your immigrant file to have the correct information.,

Thanks DC85

yesterday I submitted the passport to the embassy, they asked for my cellphone number.

So, I am waiting for their call.

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