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MIDDLE NAME OF PETITIONER MISPELLED ON BIRTH CERT

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Hello my fellow VJ members. Happy new year. My situation is this,,,

I am peitioning my mother from P.I. And on my BC, my middlename is "Sanbunaventura" (should be Sanbuenaventura) one letter short ("e") so it doesnt match with my mother's middlename too (she's still married to my dad). Should i correct it to the Phil.Civil Registry or just proceed to petition and just do an affidavit thing since all my papers (from passport, to baptismal) are spelled right except this BC which is the main requirement for petition. One more thing, my mother's maiden name on my BC was spelled "Sanbuenaventura" as well as her marriage. Certificate to her dad. Will the USCIS let me go on an easy route (affidavit) or need to correct the BC n the Phils.?

I need inputs for all who has thesame experience or at least how can i get in touch with USCIS for this inquiry.

Thank you very much to you all. I appreciate all your help.

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Sorry for the typo errors. I mean my old Phil passport and baptismal and transcript etc are all spelled right. Although i know i wont need those docs but the BC only. And my moms maiden name (Sanbuenaventura) was also spelled right on my BC and on her marriage certificate with my dad.

Thank you.

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I had similar problem: my mother's first name was misspelled on MY birth certificate. Even though my mother has noting to do with any petition (I am the beneficiary spouse), I was advised to change my birth certificate (to correct it) prior to submitting I-130 as on 325A I had to include my parents names. So I did that and avoided miss match.

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