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Name spelled wrong on Biometrics appt notice

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My husband received the notice for Biometrics, however his middle name is mispelled on there.

His name was spelled correctly on the ROC forms we sent, and it was spelled correctly on the NOA1.

Should we contact someone about this error? I dont want the 10yr card coming back with this error.


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When you do the Bio, make sure to address the problem. That way they can correct it if ever they spelled it wrong in your husband's data. It won't hurt doing so.


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My husband received the notice for Biometrics, however his middle name is mispelled on there.

His name was spelled correctly on the ROC forms we sent, and it was spelled correctly on the NOA1.

Should we contact someone about this error? I dont want the 10yr card coming back with this error.

It happened to me the same. My name on the bio notice was wrong so when i had my biometrics, all i did was inform them that the notice was wrong and they corrected it when they encode my information on the computer.

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Definitely bring it up at the Biometrics appointment. When I received my original card, my middle name was spelt wrong, so I had to send it back and wait for a corrected card. Fortunately, if you show them the mistake was their fault (sending copies of original app) then the correction does not cost you anything. However it is still an annoyance having to wait another couple months for a corrected card.

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