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Misspelling of names on bank statement

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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I read in the Stupid RFE thread that someone got one from having her name misspelled on some document, so when I received my Swedish bank statement and noticed the teller had used an extra s (we have a -son last name) I was a little worried. I'm wondering if this will be an issue, or if misspelling is more of a concern in legal documents (I think the above referenced RFE was a police certificate). I'd hate to order another copy--just want to get this last piece of document sent off so we can get the I-130 in!

Also, the mail consists of one statement in English and another one in Swedish. Should the Swedish statement be included? Our names are correctly spelled on that one.

Thanks.

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