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Misspelled name on green card

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I got my green card on Monday, the unfortunate surprise was that somehow they misspelled my name ( it was correct on my work/travel permit)

It turns out that my combo card will expire on August, and takes up to 6 months for them to get me a new card. Am I going to be be able to work? Or I need to renew my combo card?


K1 VISA

Dec.06 Sent 129-F

Dec.12 NOA1, case routed to CSC

Jan.31 NOA2, 50 Days after NOA1

Feb.11 Case left NVC

Feb.18 Consulate receive - Status READY!!

Apr.01 Interview! Approved!


AOS

Jun.06 Sent petition

Jun.12 NOA1

Jun.20 Appointment Notice

Jul.01 Biometrics

Aug.07 Card Production

Aug.15 Received Combo Card

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