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Vietnam Passport Book Number

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Hey all,

We're working on the DS 160 for the K1. Does anyone know if Vietnamese passports have a book number? I read that some countries passports do and others don't, but I was unable to figure it out for Vietnamese passports.


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I did have an additional question. Right now I am working on getting the interview set-up with the ustraveldocs website. It requires that the name be similar to the name as shown on her passport. On the DS 160 there was a form field to write her full name in Vietnamese form. But the ustraveldocs website only has a first and last name form field.

In the past when I have tried to send money through Western Union, we had problems because the name on the form didn't match the name on her ID card. We would have to amend it so that it fit the Vietnamese format of lastname middle first. How would you work this out on the ustraveldoc website?


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Just enter the First and Last Name on the ustraveldocs.com. What you put on the DS-160 form is more important.

When you fill out the DS-160, put her First and Middle Name(s) on the Given Name field. My wife has 2 middle names, so I put:

Family Name: her last name

Given Name: her first + 1st middle + 2nd middle (e.g.: Thuy Nguyen Hong)

If yours has one middle name, then just put First + Middle in the Given Name field.


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