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I'm terribly sorry to post on here asking a question I know has probably been asked a thousand times before, but I've honestly spent a few days on this now and I'm still hitting a brick wall as to where on earth we put the "Jr" on the forms?

On his passport, driving licence and birth certificate his name is shown like this:

Surname - Mayshaw Jr

Given name - M****** W*****

So on the forms shall I be adding the "Jr" with his surname?

I've seen people mentioning that it should be with the first name?

We really don't want to give any opportunity for an RFE!

Thanks guys :luv:


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it goes with the first name


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I'm terribly sorry to post on here asking a question I know has probably been asked a thousand times before, but I've honestly spent a few days on this now and I'm still hitting a brick wall as to where on earth we put the "Jr" on the forms?

On his passport, driving licence and birth certificate his name is shown like this:

Surname - Mayshaw Jr

Given name - M****** W*****

So on the forms shall I be adding the "Jr" with his surname?

I've seen people mentioning that it should be with the first name?

We really don't want to give any opportunity for an RFE!

Thanks guys :luv:

I would go with the passport and birth certificate. With his first name does not compute with me. Can somebody explain that to me?

Let's say his name Is Mikey Wayne Mayshaw Jr

If he put Mikey Jr in the first name field, when a computer cranked out his name it would be

Mikey Jr Wayne Mayshaw


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Agree with Nich-Nick. The Jr is listed with surname on all his documentation. That is how it should be listed on the immigration forms. I had never heard of putting the Jr after the first name if the Jr follows his surname. If you put it after the surname, then it will match his passport, BC and ID and the computer will print it out as 'Mikey Wayne Mayshaw Jr'.


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