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Hey vj fam, I got my first noa1 in the mail today. Everything is correct on my part but where my fiancés name is (she has a really long first name) it was missing a couple letters and missing her middle name,

So it kinda looks like this

"Lastname, first name examp"

So the last two letters were missing from the third part of her first name. As well as her middle name completely. Should I be calling uscis ncsc?

Thanks in advance!

Other than that, it's spelled correctly, just missing two letters and middle name. Sorry if I'm being repetitive , idk if I'm making sense


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Hey vj fam, I got my first noa1 in the mail today. Everything is correct on my part but where my fiancés name is (she has a really long first name) it was missing a couple letters and missing her middle name,

So it kinda looks like this

"Lastname, first name examp"

So the last two letters were missing from the third part of her first name. As well as her middle name completely. Should I be calling uscis ncsc?

Thanks in advance!

Other than that, it's spelled correctly, just missing two letters and middle name. Sorry if I'm being repetitive , idk if I'm making sense

There is limited spacing for how many characters, very possible the max was reached and the full name could not be printed on the form. As long as you have her complete name on the I-129F I would not stress about it.

When you have time pop over to the Philippines forum, say HI, get ready for the visa application in Manila. :)

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/129-philippines/


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