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Hello 

I am filing for a petition for my wife to get a green card. 

 

My issue is when filling out information about my mother name is difficult as she signed my birth certificate with her middle name and not first name.  Even though All her passport and important info is address my her first name. 

 

So when filing out my parent information and Biograpghic form what name should I put my mother’s name as?


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6 minutes ago, KJWVisa said:

Hello 

I am filing for a petition for my wife to get a green card. 

 

My issue is when filling out information about my mother name is difficult as she signed my birth certificate with her middle name and not first name.  Even though All her passport and important info is address my her first name. 

 

So when filing out my parent information and Biograpghic form what name should I put my mother’s name as?

You need to use the name that's on your birth paper. When I filled out the DS 260 I used my mother's correct name but when I went to the interview I was told that I should use the name on the birth paper which was my mother's middle name. The lady in charge of checking documents changed it on her computer to reflect what was on the birthpaper I produced.

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43 minutes ago, KJWVisa said:

Hello 

I am filing for a petition for my wife to get a green card. 

 

My issue is when filling out information about my mother name is difficult as she signed my birth certificate with her middle name and not first name.  Even though All her passport and important info is address my her first name. 

 

So when filing out my parent information and Biograpghic form what name should I put my mother’s name as?

I am guessing your mother's birth certificate also has her name correct. I don't know of your full situation.

Where is your mother currently? Do you plan to apply for your mother also at some point? This might become an issue at that time.

Is it possible to correct your birth certificate. In my opinion, that would be the best course of action.


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2 hours ago, Ann&James said:

You need to use the name that's on your birth paper. When I filled out the DS 260 I used my mother's correct name but when I went to the interview I was told that I should use the name on the birth paper which was my mother's middle name. The lady in charge of checking documents changed it on her computer to reflect what was on the birthpaper I produced.

Thank you that helped a lot. That’s what i used so far the name on the certificate 

1 hour ago, suhridkhan said:

I am guessing your mother's birth certificate also has her name correct. I don't know of your full situation.

Where is your mother currently? Do you plan to apply for your mother also at some point? This might become an issue at that time.

Is it possible to correct your birth certificate. In my opinion, that would be the best course of action.

No I’m filing for my wife, i was i asking about information that i need to give about my parents. Thanks for the help anyways.


Our journey so far:🙂

03 /12/19- Sent I-130, I-485, I-131 & I-765 (via USPS)
03/14/19 - Arrived at Chicago lock box
03/19/19- NOA1 via text (all petitions NBC)
03/22/19- Biometrics notice
03/25/19 - NOA1 via mail for AOSEAD & AP 
03/30/19- NOA1 for scheduled biometrics appointment (via mail)
04/12/19- Biometrics appointment completed 

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