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All the instructions I can find say to type "NONE" in the space for Middle Name.  See what happens if you do.

 

Sukie in NY


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Just now, Sukie said:

All the instructions I can find say to type "NONE" in the space for Middle Name.  See what happens if you do.

 

Sukie in NY

 I tried to write NONE in the middle name section but then in the acknowledgement, it puts N as my middle name!

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Sounds like a bug in their program.  What happens if you put a "dash"  (-) in there?   Does "N/A" do the same thing?

 

I filled out the prior I-751 - so I do not have a definitive answer for you.  Sorry.

 

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36 minutes ago, lucky91 said:

 I tried to write NONE in the middle name section but then in the acknowledgement, it puts N as my middle name!

The other option is to keep NONE in there - print out the document, and then hand-write the "one" after the "N".

 

Sukie in NY


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18-Feb-2018 - NOA1

12-Mar-2018 - Biometrics 

18-June-2018 - Notice of interview received

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26-July-2018 - Oath Ceremony Scheduled

17-Aug-2018 - Oath Ceremony

 

 

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19 minutes ago, Sukie said:

Sounds like a bug in their program.  What happens if you put a "dash"  (-) in there?   Does "N/A" do the same thing?

 

I filled out the prior I-751 - so I do not have a definitive answer for you.  Sorry.

 

Sukie in NY

i can not put dash or n/a

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21 minutes ago, Sukie said:

The other option is to keep NONE in there - print out the document, and then hand-write the "one" after the "N".

 

Sukie in NY

I do not know if i can just print it out and hand write on that part.

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3 minutes ago, lucky91 said:

I do not know if i can just print it out and hand write on that part.

If the I-751 is still a printed document - you are allowed to mix printed and hand-written data.  I had to do this in one part where the line wasn't long enough for the place where I was born. (Landstuhl, Rheinlandpfalz, West Germany)....

 

Sukie in NY


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18-Feb-2018 - NOA1

12-Mar-2018 - Biometrics 

18-June-2018 - Notice of interview received

26-July-2018 - Interview  - APPROVED!!!

26-July-2018 - Oath Ceremony Scheduled

17-Aug-2018 - Oath Ceremony

 

 

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I get a horrible feeling USCIS will literally think their middle name is the word None. I feel like printing it and putting N/A, a dash or leaving it blank is better. I'd personally leave it blank. I did some Googling and have found at least one case where someone put None and then their green card came with the initial N for their non-existent middle name, granted though, this was back in 2006.

. I imagine it was some kind of malicious compliance from a bored data entry clerk (being one myself :D).


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20 hours ago, Ketsuban said:

I get a horrible feeling USCIS will literally think their middle name is the word None. I feel like printing it and putting N/A, a dash or leaving it blank is better. I'd personally leave it blank. I did some Googling and have found at least one case where someone put None and then their green card came with the initial N for their non-existent middle name, granted though, this was back in 2006.

. I imagine it was some kind of malicious compliance from a bored data entry clerk (being one myself :D).

This really gets me and I laughed out loud. Good one @Ketsuban


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06/22/17: Biometrics Appointment at ASC Manhattan

04/09/18: Online changed to case transferred to local office but no actual letter

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