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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iraq
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Because Iraqis are now required to have a G-passport, we applied to get one months ago for my fiance. When it was received, his name was totally wrong. His middle name was listed as his last name and his last name was absent completely. Also, his first name was spelled wrong.

In March, he requested a correct passport. Today he found out that he filled out the wrong application. We must now wait for the application to be sent back to Korea. Then he must take the 5 hour trip to Seoul to fill out the correct form. Then we must wait for who-knows-how long for the correct passport. Meanwhile, all of our Packet 3 info is finished but we can't request an interview.

My contract ends next month in Korea. I received permission to extend as long as this takes but good god I want to go home (it's been two years) and start my life as a newlywed!

AGHHH! Thanks for letting me rant.


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11/27/07: NOA1

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6/16/08: K1 Interview- ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING CO quoted us 2-4 weeks (45 days from NOA2 - 202 days from NOA1)

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6/20/09: POE LAX

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10/31/09: Welcome Letter Received

Removing Conditions:

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2/18/12: Green Card Received

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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:crying:

Because Iraqis are now required to have a G-passport, we applied to get one months ago for my fiance. When it was received, his name was totally wrong. His middle name was listed as his last name and his last name was absent completely. Also, his first name was spelled wrong.

In March, he requested a correct passport. Today he found out that he filled out the wrong application. We must now wait for the application to be sent back to Korea. Then he must take the 5 hour trip to Seoul to fill out the correct form. Then we must wait for who-knows-how long for the correct passport. Meanwhile, all of our Packet 3 info is finished but we can't request an interview.

My contract ends next month in Korea. I received permission to extend as long as this takes but good god I want to go home (it's been two years) and start my life as a newlywed!

AGHHH! Thanks for letting me rant.

So sorry to hear this, good luck.


Sal and Jay




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Because Iraqis are now required to have a G-passport, we applied to get one months ago for my fiance. When it was received, his name was totally wrong. His middle name was listed as his last name and his last name was absent completely. Also, his first name was spelled wrong.

what a #######!

i sometimes think that monkeys would do better job than some of those f***rs!

feel free to vent anytime you want. hang on there!


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Iraq
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I understand what you mean about the names. USCIS used my husband's name as it appears on his birth certificate. Then when the case was transferred to NVC they switched it to the name on his passport. Well you know Sadam made all the Iraqis start using their grandfather's names as their last names for their identification and my husband doesn't want that as his last name. I tried to argue that with NVC but they say all the paperwork must be from the name on the passport. We have ordered the new passport, which still isn't ready after 6 months and we have no idea if they will put his grandfather's name as his last name or if it will go back to his actual family name.

I wish you the best of luck with your case and completely sympathize with you.


Married: May 28th, 2007

Arrived in the US: December 10th, 2008

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