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SSN refused because DHS merged my middle name into the first name

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So, the guy at SSA office said that DHS has somehow made my middle name to be a part of my first name, & therefore, he can't verify my name with the system & issue me a SSN. How am I supposed to fix this problem? Am I supposed to visit USCIS Application Center or USCIS Local Office or CBP office or whatever else? Is there a way to fix this issue over the phone or e-mail or something without having to physically visit since all of the above offices are several hours away from here, & obviously, I don't have a driving-license & my fiancee has a job to attend to, so we want to avoid visiting multiple places to no avail. Any help will be highly appreciated. Thanks.

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Same thing happened to me. They just issued my ssn. 

 

For example my name is Forename Joe - Middle name Billy - Surname Bob

 

my ssn was issued as Forename Joe Billy Surname Bob

 

Just go to a different ssn office and apply with the joined forename, shouldn’t be an issue 

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