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First Name On GC treated as Middle name

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Hi everyone!

I just got my GC and SSN and kinda confused because they treated my second name as my middle name. For instance, my name

is Maria Mercedes Ramos Asuncion, in my GC it appears as Asuncion Maria M and in my SSN it's Maria Asuncion only. Do I have to

changed it and make it corrected? Or it's just normal here that if you have two first names, the second will be treated as middle name?

Will it not create confusion when applying a job or going to school here in the US?

Any inputs or replies will be highly appreciated...

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