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I filled N-400 this month on april 10 i got 2 notices at the same day one of them saying i paid 675.00 and everything its fine and the other its for FINGERPRINT ,BUT my last name miss spelled they missed to put one letter and i called them and they correct it they told me they going to send the correct info- to the texas serivce center and they told me to go to my appoitment on may 3,2008 im so canfuse why they missed one letter when i send the my application everything was right i even recheck it again and my last name was right.

so have anybody have some thing like that ??? are they going to fix it soon?? on the application i send it's right,but on the notice i received its missing 1 letter :( i don't wanna my case to take a long time. i'm really worry about it.

when i spoke to the lady who correct it to me she say's after the correct it they will contect you by mail or eamil she said it will take 45 day.....

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When I filed my I-751 they put my maiden name on the NOA. I was worried they would put the wrong name on my 10 yr green card. I called them up and told them about the error. I did receive a letter acknowledging my call. I just received my card 2 weeks ago and they had the right name this time.

Hopefully your call will do the trick and all will be ok.

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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they will fix it for you. you have to go to your local office to get it fix.

11/03/2007 - Mailed N-400

11/05/2007 - Delivered to NSC

11/09/2007 - Checked Cashed

11/10/2007 - Return Signature Receipt Received

11/05/2007 - Priority Date

12/03/2007 - NOA1 Receipt Notice Received

12/13/2007 - NOA2 Fingerprints Received

01/02/2008 - Fingerprinting Done

02/11/2008 - NOA3 Interview Notice Received - April 10th, 2008

04/10/2008 - Interview Done - APPROVED

08/15/2008 - Oath Letter Received

09/10/2008 - US Citizen

09/24/2008 - Applied for US Passport

10/06/2008 - US Passport Received

10/09/2008 - Passport Card and Naturalization Certificate Received

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