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Hello guys, just wanna ask some questions, PLease Help me..

My middle name underwent for correction which were aproved, but my problem is my middle name in my current passport is still unchanged. I got the first copy of my annotated birth certificate thatvwas sent to my wife in the States. My wife will file I-130 later this July, we are worried about during submission of DS-230, together with my passport copy. Will they accept the copy of my current passport with my incorrect middle name?

PLease..someone can answer me this. :wacko::blink::wacko:


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maybe you should just get a new copy of your passport with the right middle name so as to prevent problems in the future; bring your anotated BC at the DFA(Department of Foreign Affairs) explain to them that you're filing for the visa so you need to have it changed, i think you dnt need to wait that long to get the new copy maybe a week then you can get it :) just visit the DFA and see how long it will take them to do that


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maybe you should just get a new copy of your passport with the right middle name so as to prevent problems in the future; bring your anotated BC at the DFA(Department of Foreign Affairs) explain to them that you're filing for the visa so you need to have it changed, i think you dnt need to wait that long to get the new copy maybe a week then you can get it :) just visit the DFA and see how long it will take them to do that

Passport processing is around 1-2 weeks.

Get new one, it is cheaper to do this than go through series of RFEs later on.

Good luck!

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