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So my hubby has his interview coming up in 2 weeks. I’m getting a few of his things ready and I notice that his passport last name is not spelled the same as his green cards. For example. His conditional and permanent resident cards are both spelled Hmoud as his last name. In the passport it is spelled Hammoud. Is this gonna cause any problems during his interview??? Will they just process everything underneath his green card spelling. Anyone went through anything similar???? I’m stressing out over everything I can’t wait for this to be over!! 

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15 hours ago, Ninna said:

So my hubby has his interview coming up in 2 weeks. I’m getting a few of his things ready and I notice that his passport last name is not spelled the same as his green cards. For example. His conditional and permanent resident cards are both spelled Hmoud as his last name. In the passport it is spelled Hammoud. Is this gonna cause any problems during his interview??? Will they just process everything underneath his green card spelling. Anyone went through anything similar???? I’m stressing out over everything I can’t wait for this to be over!! 

I don't have experience with this matter but I imagine it will be an issue. People have been known to try to get around criminal records, terrorism flags, and negative immigration histories using subtle name changes (I'm not saying that is the case with your hubby). I recommend you take originals of his birth certificate, social security card, and a state-issued ID (driver's license, concealed carry permit) to the interview just in case.

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On 7/10/2019 at 9:34 PM, Ninna said:

So my hubby has his interview coming up in 2 weeks. I’m getting a few of his things ready and I notice that his passport last name is not spelled the same as his green cards. For example. His conditional and permanent resident cards are both spelled Hmoud as his last name. In the passport it is spelled Hammoud. Is this gonna cause any problems during his interview??? Will they just process everything underneath his green card spelling. Anyone went through anything similar???? I’m stressing out over everything I can’t wait for this to be over!! 

When filed N-400 which one did you use Hmound or Hammoud.   Just wondering , how it happened and why did not you take any action till now.  But take birth certificate , school and college certificate ( all original) and diver licence as suggested by Afrocract  and hopefully you will be fine.

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