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Father's name Wrong spelling in all my civil documents

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Hello guys, while i was reading here at visa journey, i noticed some were worried about the wrong spelling of the civil documents.

 

I was done with my interview few days ago and was approved. In my birth certificate, cenomar and the rest of my civil documents the spelling of my father's name instead of "e" it is "i". But in my father's birth certificate it is "e". Actually i am still waiting for my visa to be released. Do you think they might notice that if they get info at PSA about my parents' names? And cause delays of the issuance of my visa? Or they might make me get all those civil documents corrected? 

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1 hour ago, Jenkitkat said:

Hello guys, while i was reading here at visa journey, i noticed some were worried about the wrong spelling of the civil documents.

 

I was done with my interview few days ago and was approved. In my birth certificate, cenomar and the rest of my civil documents the spelling of my father's name instead of "e" it is "i". But in my father's birth certificate it is "e". Actually i am still waiting for my visa to be released. Do you think they might notice that if they get info at PSA about my parents' names? And cause delays of the issuance of my visa? Or they might make me get all those civil documents corrected? 

 

IMHO   If the typo is consistent throughout all the documents odds are no one will know the difference.   I doubt the embassy has your father's BC to even notice the typo. 

 

I would not stress on it.   Keep checking CEAC for your status  ;)  

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Hank_ said:

 

IMHO   If the typo is consistent throughout all the documents odds are no one will know the difference.   I doubt the embassy has your father's BC to even notice the typo. 

 

I would not stress on it.   Keep checking CEAC for your status  ;)  

 

 

Hehe thanks..

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