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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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HELLO everyone,

i need help coz My fiance is having a 3 names as his firstname ex. CARLOS JUAN MIGUEL is the name.

BUT his W2 and ITR states only his 2 names, which supposed to be 3names, the other 1 is omitted or not included on his W2 & ITR ..

My question is, can it cause me a problem during my interview?...or absence of 1name can really be a problem?

but all his ID`s, passports, and other legal documents are written completely with his 3 names..

PLEASE help me with this, any advice is appreciated..il be having my interview soon...

anybody out there might know or familiar with this case please share me your opinions...thank you

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Should not be an issue. The social security number will be the same.


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HELLO everyone,

i need help coz My fiance is having a 3 names as his firstname ex. CARLOS JUAN MIGUEL is the name.

BUT his W2 and ITR states only his 2 names, which supposed to be 3names, the other 1 is omitted or not included on his W2 & ITR ..

My question is, can it cause me a problem during my interview?...or absence of 1name can really be a problem?

but all his ID`s, passports, and other legal documents are written completely with his 3 names..

PLEASE help me with this, any advice is appreciated..il be having my interview soon...

anybody out there might know or familiar with this case please share me your opinions...thank you

Don't worry about it. Latinos have 2 or more first names and 2 last names, but there is only space for a maximum of one first name, middle name, and last name on most paperwork, so something has to be ommitted.

That won't be an issue.

What's most important is that his first first name and his first last name are there. So if his last name was Vazquez Marquez, for example, a document showing the name Carlos Vazquez would be enough to know it's him.

Edited by Eric-Pris

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