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question... :unsure::help:

If the petition is sent back to USCIS or NVC for further review.And the process or review is done/settled, are they going to update it in their system? or whatever changes, they just note it with the petition? :unsure::help:

Any information is greatly appreciated.... :thumbs:

Of course anything the USCIS/NVC does on your petition has to be updated on their systems. They have to have a complete history of activities on your petition. They will let you know when they got your petition back and also let you know their final decision.

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Of course anything the USCIS/NVC does on your petition has to be updated on their systems. They have to have a complete history of activities on your petition. They will let you know when they got your petition back and also let you know their final decision.

Thank you for your reply:)

How about adding name of the benificiary? is it possible for them to change it in their system?

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Thank you for your reply:)

How about adding name of the benificiary? is it possible for them to change it in their system?

When you first filed the petition, you put in the name of the beneficiary right? You are the petitioner and your spouse is the beneficiary, so you must have put that the beneficiary's name in the appropriate pace in the forms you filled otherwise, your petition would have been rejected from the on start. They can change some information such as address change, mis-spellings, etc when properly notified by you. If this does not answer your question you need to clarify more on what you mean by "adding name of the beneficiary."

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When you first filed the petition, you put in the name of the beneficiary right? You are the petitioner and your spouse is the beneficiary, so you must have put that the beneficiary's name in the appropriate pace in the forms you filled otherwise, your petition would have been rejected from the on start. They can change some information such as address change, mis-spellings, etc when properly notified by you. If this does not answer your question you need to clarify more on what you mean by "adding name of the beneficiary."

thank you again for the reply...

Beneficiaries name is written incomplete.Instead of putting 4 names only three names are in their system/records..Benefiaciary has two given names,one middle name and last name.The given second name was put in the middle name instead of putting it in given names.Now the middle name is missing and wrong....

eg..Shawn Clint Max Hilton

In the 129f form says...first name....middle name....last name...

Shawn Clint Hilton

>>>>>>Max name is missing<<< :crying:

If i base it in my BC and all other IDs its incomplete/wrong.. thats why we are worried.. :crying:

We notified USCIS,NVC and even the embassy:(..I hope they can solve this:(

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thank you again for the reply...

Beneficiaries name is written incomplete.Instead of putting 4 names only three names are in their system/records..Benefiaciary has two given names,one middle name and last name.The given second name was put in the middle name instead of putting it in given names.Now the middle name is missing and wrong....

eg..Shawn Clint Max Hilton

In the 129f form says...first name....middle name....last name...

Shawn Clint Hilton

>>>>>>Max name is missing<<< :crying:

If i base it in my BC and all other IDs its incomplete/wrong.. thats why we are worried.. :crying:

We notified USCIS,NVC and even the embassy:(..I hope they can solve this:(

As long as you have notified them and they said they'll take care of it, you have nothing else to worry about. They have your info updated on their systems. Good luck on the rest of the process.

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