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CEMAR concern and my interview will be on Sept. 27 already.HELP pls!!!!!

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my problem is, my husband has a suffix on his name. When I got my cenomar last month, his name on the bride/groom portion reflected as JUAN III Z. DELA CRUZ (example) instead of the usual JUAN Z. DELA CRUZ III. When I raised the concern since I'm already at NSO, I was told yesterday that it's really how their system is programmed for names w/ suffix. but I'm not that convinced coz for me, if it doesn't reflect the same as the other documents, it means it's not my husband or simply there's discrepancy w/ the docs. And i'm worried that USEM will think that way as well and for sure it'll be a problem for me. Do you know anyone that has encountered the same as mine?or do you think it will be a problem or i'm just over analyzing things?Please help guys.thanks!

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In your application forms for immigrant visa, you should have indicated your husband/petitioner's other names used, JUAN III Z. DELA CRUZ and JUAN Z. DELA CRUZ III.


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Hi! I can't remember ever using or reflecting his suffix name right after his first name, even when cenomar was required when we're processing our marriage license back in 2010 (Unfortunately, i wasn't able to keep a copy of that). that's why it's making me worried that it'll be questioned by usem when they see the new cenomar i got.

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Hi guys, i called the manila usem hotline (976 8500) earlier and was able to speak to an agent. She told me to explain to the interviewer about the programmed system of NSO/PSA regarding the suffix of my husband's name that was placed right after the first name on the cenomar. i guess I just need to cross my fingers that it won't really be a problem on the interview.

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In our daughter's birth cert, my husband's name was written as Last Name, FirstName III so maybe it is the format they follow.


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I'm sorry to hear that you're going through that stress! I can't offer any help, unfortunately, but definitely sending prayers and positive thoughts your way for everything to work out fine. Good luck to you!


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@SennaBrigante - thanks for the inputs. I would really understand if that's the format like Last name,first name + suffix but mine on the cenomar is first name + suffix + middle name + surname. It's like writing with a Jr. So it will look like Juan Jr. Z. DELA CRUZ, right?

@jm302music - thanks for the encouragement and prayers!

Since my husband is a filipino naturalized USC, he was required for his cenomar and i'll be gettig that on Monday. If his cenomar shows the same details as mine (for his suffix), then maybe it's really how it works for those w/ suffix names. but if it doesn't, then the OIC I spoke to would really need to explain that to me. So hopefully they would be consistent on their claims.

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The correct format is: FIRST NAME, SURNAME Y MIDDLE NAME. The "y" or "nee" refers to the maiden name.

Another correct format could be LAST NAME, FIRST NAME Y MIDDLE NAME


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