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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Nicaragua
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Hey guys,

my husband has 2 last names. just like everyone else in latin countries lol father's last name and then mother's last name. In his visa my husband comes out w/ both last names. "ESCOTO QUINTANILLA" but when we fill out the forms I-485, I-131, I-765 should i only put "ESCOTO" or should i out "ESCOTO QUINTANILLA"? thanks to all


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Spain
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Hey guys,

my husband has 2 last names. just like everyone else in latin countries lol father's last name and then mother's last name. In his visa my husband comes out w/ both last names. "ESCOTO QUINTANILLA" but when we fill out the forms I-485, I-131, I-765 should i only put "ESCOTO" or should i out "ESCOTO QUINTANILLA"? thanks to all

He has to provide both lasts names, as it shows on his passport/visa


AOS TIMELINE

12/04/08 Package sent( I-130/I-131/I-485/I-864/I-765/G-325A)
12/05/08 Package delivered in Chicago P.O Box at 2:51 PM
12/12/08 Checks cashed!
12/16/08 4 NOAS received
12/23/08 Biometric's letter received for AOS and EAD
01/06/09 Biometric's appointment done!
01/28/09 RFE sent to me:(
02/07/09 Sent response to RFE back
02/23/09 Received AP document
03/02/09 Received EAD
04/06/09 Received interview date
05/06/09 Interview date @ 10AM in Tampa. Approved!
05/16/09 Welcome to the US letter received
06/22/09 Received Green card in the mail

ROC TIMELINE

02/07/11 Package sent VSC
02/08/11 Package delivered
02/09/11 NOA
02/11/11 Check cleared
04/15/11 Bio appointment
08/04/11 Case status update. Card production ordered smile.png
08/08/11 Approval letter received
08/10/11 Card received in the mail

NATURALIZATION TIMELINE

03/05/13 Date filed

03/11/13 NOA date

03/29/13 BIO Appt.

06/12/13 Interview date/Approved

06/24/13 Oath Ceremony

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