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Ok I may not be freaking out so much but I am concerned about something...all the senior members please provide your expert opinion on this please. I filed my ROC on May 26th. Recieved my NOA1 and NOA2 as well and on the day of my Biometrics... the Bio. Technician pointed that my last name on the NOA1 and NOA2 had the second letter and the third letter interchanged as in ..If I spell my last name as "SMITH" it was "SIMTH"...which was either a typo on my part or on the DATA Entry at USCIS. He did correct the last name on the spot and the very same day I called the 1800...number and pushed a service request to have the last name corrected. The Phone guy said to call back in 45 days if I don't hear anything by then. The mistake is on both NOA1 and NOA2. my GC expires Aug. 22nd. Should I be worried about it? Or would it hold up anything. Please advice. Thank you !!

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Ok I may not be freaking out so much but I am concerned about something...all the senior members please provide your expert opinion on this please. I filed my ROC on May 26th. Recieved my NOA1 and NOA2 as well and on the day of my Biometrics... the Bio. Technician pointed that my last name on the NOA1 and NOA2 had the second letter and the third letter interchanged as in ..If I spell my last name as "SMITH" it was "SIMTH"...which was either a typo on my part or on the DATA Entry at USCIS. He did correct the last name on the spot and the very same day I called the 1800...number and pushed a service request to have the last name corrected. The Phone guy said to call back in 45 days if I don't hear anything by then. The mistake is on both NOA1 and NOA2. my GC expires Aug. 22nd. Should I be worried about it? Or would it hold up anything. Please advice. Thank you !!

I have never encountered this in our process, but it sounds like you did what you could do via the technician and should expect to see a correction notice in around six weeks. Good luck! :thumbs:


B and J K-1 story

  • April 2004 met online
  • July 16, 2006 Met in person on her birthday in United Arab Emirates
  • August 4, 2006 sent certified mail I-129F packet Neb SC
  • August 9, 2006 NOA1
  • August 21, 2006 received NOA1 in mail
  • October 4, 5, 7, 13 & 17 2006 Touches! 50 day address change... Yes Judith is beautiful, quit staring at her passport photo and approve us!!! Shaming works! LOL
  • October 13, 2006 NOA2! November 2, 2006 NOA2? Huh? NVC already processed and sent us on to Abu Dhabi Consulate!
  • February 12, 2007 Abu Dhabi Interview SUCCESS!!! February 14 Visa in hand!
  • March 6, 2007 she is here!
  • MARCH 14, 2007 WE ARE MARRIED!!!
  • May 5, 2007 Sent AOS/EAD packet
  • May 11, 2007 NOA1 AOS/EAD
  • June 7, 2007 Biometrics appointment
  • June 8, 2007 first post biometrics touch, June 11, next touch...
  • August 1, 2007 AOS Interview! APPROVED!! EAD APPROVED TOO...
  • August 6, 2007 EAD card and Welcome Letter received!
  • August 13, 2007 GREEN CARD received!!! 375 days since mailing the I-129F!

    Remove Conditions:

  • May 1, 2009 first day to file
  • May 9, 2009 mailed I-751 to USCIS CS

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My guess is that the worst thing that could happen is that your green card comes with your name spelled incorrectly - in which case, you will need to get it corrected. If you don't get notification/confirmation that they did in fact process your name change/correction request, then you could book an infopass.

Also.. filling in your timeline helps you as well as the rest of us... :time:


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Full timeline can be seen in my profile

PAST - From K-1 to Citizenship (a love story)
K-1: Aug 12, 2006 to Jan 17, 2007 - mailed I-129F
AOS: Feb 26, 2007 - Jul 26, 2007
REMOVING CONDITIONS: May 4, 2009 - Oct 3, 2009
CITIZENSHIP: Nov 27, 2012 - May 9, 2013

Note: I immigrated from Canada, not T&T - the timeline is reflective of this.

PRESENT - IR-5 Story (reuniting a family)
I-130 for Parents - 2013
Aug ?? - mailed I-130 packages for both mother and father
Sept 10 - NOA1 date
Sept 16 - NOA1s received

2014

Feb 25 - got emails saying that the cases had been transferred to another office for processing

Feb 26 - got emails saying that the cases have been transferred to my local office for processing

Feb 28 - got emails saying that the cases have been transferred and are being processed

Mar 17 - got email, attached to one case number only, saying that my A number was changed relating to the I-130 filing

Mar 18 - got emails saying that the petitions are approved smile.png




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