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So we just got our NVC number and my fiancee went to pay for interview.  When she got home he noticed that on the receipt, the bank misspelled her last name.  She went back and told them and they said that it happens all the time and it will not be an issue with the embassy.  They circled the error on the receipt and the cashier signed it.  Does anyone have any experience with anything like this?  She doesn't really trust the bank and she's really freaking out about it.  Thanks!


11/14/17 129F mailed

11/17/17 NOA1

05/14/18 NOA2

06/06/18 NVC received and case # assigned

06/12/18 left NVC

06/13/18 Manila Embassy received

06/13/18 CFO completed at Clark Pampanga

06/18-19/18 Medical exam

07/10/18 Interview - APPROVED!!

07/29/18 POE

 

 

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14 minutes ago, Dave_and_Jessa said:

So we just got our NVC number and my fiancee went to pay for interview.  When she got home he noticed that on the receipt, the bank misspelled her last name.  She went back and told them and they said that it happens all the time and it will not be an issue with the embassy.  They circled the error on the receipt and the cashier signed it.  Does anyone have any experience with anything like this?  She doesn't really trust the bank and she's really freaking out about it.  Thanks!

The most important thing is the case # and that the fee was paid


YMMV

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55 minutes ago, Dave_and_Jessa said:

So we just got our NVC number and my fiancee went to pay for interview.  When she got home he noticed that on the receipt, the bank misspelled her last name.  She went back and told them and they said that it happens all the time and it will not be an issue with the embassy.  They circled the error on the receipt and the cashier signed it.  Does anyone have any experience with anything like this?  She doesn't really trust the bank and she's really freaking out about it.  Thanks!

I have to agree with @payxibka is that the most important thing is the case number and if that is correct. The USEM won't care about the name as long as the interview is paid for.....

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Excellent.  Thank you everyone!


11/14/17 129F mailed

11/17/17 NOA1

05/14/18 NOA2

06/06/18 NVC received and case # assigned

06/12/18 left NVC

06/13/18 Manila Embassy received

06/13/18 CFO completed at Clark Pampanga

06/18-19/18 Medical exam

07/10/18 Interview - APPROVED!!

07/29/18 POE

 

 

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I agree with the others.  Ask her to relax, and save her energy for the interview. 


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  • I-130 Approved :9/8/2016
  • Case received at NVC: 10/11/2016                               
  • Case # and IIN#: 10/24/2016
  • AOS Fee Invoiced:10/24/2016  
  • AOS Fee Paid:10/25/2016
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11 hours ago, Dave_and_Jessa said:

So we just got our NVC number and my fiancee went to pay for interview.  When she got home he noticed that on the receipt, the bank misspelled her last name.  She went back and told them and they said that it happens all the time and it will not be an issue with the embassy.  They circled the error on the receipt and the cashier signed it.  Does anyone have any experience with anything like this?  She doesn't really trust the bank and she's really freaking out about it.  Thanks!

Gotta agree only the receipt number is important.     For sure your fiancee can relax.

 

Wait about 24 hours and you can get your interview appt scheduled online.

 

 


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