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NBI with a incorrect midle name.

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I get my NBI. I had incorrect middle name.which been corrected by the Honorable civil register general of the NSO( its take a lot of time just to correct my middle name) but finally get done last year. So now my question.

I get my NBI with the correct name.

Should I need to get NBI together the AKA with my incorrect middle name?

Please let me know who has situation like this.. I really need u. my interview is real so soon...

thanks.. and god bless and more power...

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08-21-10-arrive USA

09-03-10-got married

APPLYING AOS

11-15-10-FILING AOS

11- 23-10- noa1

12-09-10-biometric

gary and xtine

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If you take a look at the letter from the Manilla Embassy, it says on page 2 for NBI clearances:

f. NBI CLEARANCE. Applicants aged 16 years and older must have a valid Record Clearance for Travel Abroad Purposes from the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI). Clearances should be in the applicant’s current name, birth certificate name, maiden name and any aliases or nicknames used, including different spellings you have used of those names. For immigration purposes, an NBI clearance is valid for one (1) year from the date it was issued. The NBI web site is http://www.nbi.gov.ph.

I hope this helps as Venus had a misspelling on her last name and she is going to her interview this month with NBI Clearances on 3 different names.


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Yes, get another one with your incorrect middle name cuz I've read a few cases here where the USEM didn't issue pink slips just

because of issues like that.


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Yes, get another one with your incorrect middle name cuz I've read a few cases here where the USEM didn't issue pink slips just

because of issues like that.

thanks sis...

u mean need with AKA with my incorrect middle name.. yes i have that already now... i just ask here to double sure... thank u..


08-21-10-arrive USA

09-03-10-got married

APPLYING AOS

11-15-10-FILING AOS

11- 23-10- noa1

12-09-10-biometric

gary and xtine

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If you take a look at the letter from the Manilla Embassy, it says on page 2 for NBI clearances:

f. NBI CLEARANCE. Applicants aged 16 years and older must have a valid Record Clearance for Travel Abroad Purposes from the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI). Clearances should be in the applicant’s current name, birth certificate name, maiden name and any aliases or nicknames used, including different spellings you have used of those names. For immigration purposes, an NBI clearance is valid for one (1) year from the date it was issued. The NBI web site is http://www.nbi.gov.ph.

I hope this helps as Venus had a misspelling on her last name and she is going to her interview this month with NBI Clearances on 3 different names.

what u mean she get 3 different NBI in different name? or just one NBI with on her AKA is on her 3 misspelling name.

If you take a look at the letter from the Manilla Embassy, it says on page 2 for NBI clearances:

f. NBI CLEARANCE. Applicants aged 16 years and older must have a valid Record Clearance for Travel Abroad Purposes from the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI). Clearances should be in the applicant’s current name, birth certificate name, maiden name and any aliases or nicknames used, including different spellings you have used of those names. For immigration purposes, an NBI clearance is valid for one (1) year from the date it was issued. The NBI web site is http://www.nbi.gov.ph.

I hope this helps as Venus had a misspelling on her last name and she is going to her interview this month with NBI Clearances on 3 different names.

what u mean she get 3 different NBI in different name? or just one NBI with on her AKA is on her 3 misspelling name.


08-21-10-arrive USA

09-03-10-got married

APPLYING AOS

11-15-10-FILING AOS

11- 23-10- noa1

12-09-10-biometric

gary and xtine

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go get a new one with correct name with AKA


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