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Hey guys

I have an interview on 26 April and ım so excited.Everything is ready but ı want to ask someting.

I'm worried even though it says it's unnecessary. My fiance have a one name 1 middle name and surname and  he have a suffix. Noa2 page just writing name middle name and surname.he said to me that everything can not be a problem What do you think?

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If you entered the suffix in all your forms, but THEIR noa2 paper doesn’t have it, it will not be a problem. 

For example, my son’s school’s printing format is not designed to include suffix. So his school reports etc. doesn’t have his suffix, even though school’s digital records have it.

Consular officer won’t hold you responsible that NOA2 print design omits suffixes. He/she is probably well aware of it, don’t worry.

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In this situation all you could, should, and you probably have done was entering your fiance's full name on your DS-160 form. He probably has done so on his I-134. I very much doubt that the Embassy will have difficulty in bringing all his names together and identifying him properly. As to the interview, it is more important that your name is entered correctly so that your visa is issued properly.

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