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Hi,

On the original NOA for I-751, there was a typo in my name. When I went for fingerprinting, I pointed this out, and the lady corrected in on their system.

Well, the NOA I just received re the transfer to CSC still carries the error. Does anyone know if this could be corrected over the phone? I will call tomorrow, but would like to hear from anyone who had a similar experience.

I am afraid they will send a card with the misspelt name whenever the petition is approved, and that it will take another 14 months to get that corrected! How they manage to mess this up when I never had any issue with the 2-yr card is unbelievable.

Thanks!


Removal of Conditions - Nebraska Service Center

2/23/07 I-751 Notice date

3/23/07 NOA received (typo in name)

3/29/07 Biometric appointment received. Requested rescheduling

4/05/07 Second biometrics appointment received

4/18/07 Biometrics

4/19/07 Case status updated

2/23/08 Petition Congressman - no additional info.

3/03/08 Infopass in Chicago (12-mo extension)

3/19/08 Petition Senator's office

4/01/08 Case transferred - to an unspecified "USCIS office" (e-mail)

4/12/08 Letter - transferred to CSC on 3/27/2008. (typo in name)

4/22/08 Current Status: Card production ordered

4/25/08 Current Status: Approval notice sent; letter from Senator's office - expect 30-60 day wait for USCIS response!

4/26/08 Card arrives (with typo in name)

4/28/08 Card sent back via registered post (mistake to use Reg Post!)

5/05/08 Package delivered at Laguna Niguel, CA

10/02/08 Corrected 10-yr card issued

I-485

03/10/05 AOS interview in Chicago. Conditional PR (2-yr).

03/17/05 CPR card arrives in the mail

AOS thru Chicago DO (from non-immigrant visa category)

7/08/04 Mailed I-130, I-485 & I-765

7/20/04 Fingerprints/biometrics completed.

8/17/04 EAD approved

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Hi,

On the original NOA for I-751, there was a typo in my name. When I went for fingerprinting, I pointed this out, and the lady corrected in on their system.

Well, the NOA I just received re the transfer to CSC still carries the error. Does anyone know if this could be corrected over the phone? I will call tomorrow, but would like to hear from anyone who had a similar experience.

I am afraid they will send a card with the misspelt name whenever the petition is approved, and that it will take another 14 months to get that corrected! How they manage to mess this up when I never had any issue with the 2-yr card is unbelievable.

Thanks!

They did the same thing to me. They put my maiden name on my NOA and misspelt my middle name. I called them up to fix the error and got a letter a few weeks later just acknolwedging my call. I also mentioned it at biometrics. My card was just ordered on April 9, and I should get it this week. I HOPE they have the correct name on it. I will let you know.


Chris (Colorado) & Caroline (Australia)

Mar 17 2005 Became Conditional Permanent Resident - St Paddys Day

I-751 Application

Jan 9, 2007: Application for removal of conditions received at NSC.

April 1, 2008: Case transferred to CSC

April 9, 2008: Approved!!!! Card is on its way.

April 15, 2008: Received card in the mail. YAY!!!

N-400 Citizenship Application

Mar 19, 2008: Mailed in N-400 Application

Mar 27, 2008: Check cashed

Mar 31, 2008: Received NOA1. Priority Date March 21, 2008

Apr 4, 2008: Received Biometrics Appointment letter

Apr 16, 2008: Biometrics Appointment

Jun 6, 2008: Received Interview letter

July 14, 2008: Citizenship Interview. Passed. Awaiting oath ceremony date.

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Hi,

On the original NOA for I-751, there was a typo in my name. When I went for fingerprinting, I pointed this out, and the lady corrected in on their system.

Well, the NOA I just received re the transfer to CSC still carries the error. Does anyone know if this could be corrected over the phone? I will call tomorrow, but would like to hear from anyone who had a similar experience.

I am afraid they will send a card with the misspelt name whenever the petition is approved, and that it will take another 14 months to get that corrected! How they manage to mess this up when I never had any issue with the 2-yr card is unbelievable.

Thanks!

They did the same thing to me. They put my maiden name on my NOA and misspelt my middle name. I called them up to fix the error and got a letter a few weeks later just acknolwedging my call. I also mentioned it at biometrics. My card was just ordered on April 9, and I should get it this week. I HOPE they have the correct name on it. I will let you know.

This is soooo messed up! I called this morning, and was told to go to the District Office to have the typo corrected. Another 2.5 hr trip to Chicago. The earliest apointment is on the 28th. I am just hoping if the petition is approved with the misspelt name, that I would receive the card before then, so that I can take it with me. It seems like folks who have later NOAs than ours are getting approved after being transferred.

I hope yours come with the correct name. Good Luck!


Removal of Conditions - Nebraska Service Center

2/23/07 I-751 Notice date

3/23/07 NOA received (typo in name)

3/29/07 Biometric appointment received. Requested rescheduling

4/05/07 Second biometrics appointment received

4/18/07 Biometrics

4/19/07 Case status updated

2/23/08 Petition Congressman - no additional info.

3/03/08 Infopass in Chicago (12-mo extension)

3/19/08 Petition Senator's office

4/01/08 Case transferred - to an unspecified "USCIS office" (e-mail)

4/12/08 Letter - transferred to CSC on 3/27/2008. (typo in name)

4/22/08 Current Status: Card production ordered

4/25/08 Current Status: Approval notice sent; letter from Senator's office - expect 30-60 day wait for USCIS response!

4/26/08 Card arrives (with typo in name)

4/28/08 Card sent back via registered post (mistake to use Reg Post!)

5/05/08 Package delivered at Laguna Niguel, CA

10/02/08 Corrected 10-yr card issued

I-485

03/10/05 AOS interview in Chicago. Conditional PR (2-yr).

03/17/05 CPR card arrives in the mail

AOS thru Chicago DO (from non-immigrant visa category)

7/08/04 Mailed I-130, I-485 & I-765

7/20/04 Fingerprints/biometrics completed.

8/17/04 EAD approved

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Finally received the 10-yr card with the correct last name. It took 5 months to process the I-90. The saving grace is that the expiration date is 10 years from the issuance of new card, not the date on the card I had to send back.

If any of you have an I-90 out for corrections, hang in there!


Removal of Conditions - Nebraska Service Center

2/23/07 I-751 Notice date

3/23/07 NOA received (typo in name)

3/29/07 Biometric appointment received. Requested rescheduling

4/05/07 Second biometrics appointment received

4/18/07 Biometrics

4/19/07 Case status updated

2/23/08 Petition Congressman - no additional info.

3/03/08 Infopass in Chicago (12-mo extension)

3/19/08 Petition Senator's office

4/01/08 Case transferred - to an unspecified "USCIS office" (e-mail)

4/12/08 Letter - transferred to CSC on 3/27/2008. (typo in name)

4/22/08 Current Status: Card production ordered

4/25/08 Current Status: Approval notice sent; letter from Senator's office - expect 30-60 day wait for USCIS response!

4/26/08 Card arrives (with typo in name)

4/28/08 Card sent back via registered post (mistake to use Reg Post!)

5/05/08 Package delivered at Laguna Niguel, CA

10/02/08 Corrected 10-yr card issued

I-485

03/10/05 AOS interview in Chicago. Conditional PR (2-yr).

03/17/05 CPR card arrives in the mail

AOS thru Chicago DO (from non-immigrant visa category)

7/08/04 Mailed I-130, I-485 & I-765

7/20/04 Fingerprints/biometrics completed.

8/17/04 EAD approved

runcatqe4.jpg

Disclaimer: We are NOT lawyers by profession and all our posts should be viewed with that in mind.

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