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Good morning,
I have received my immigrate visa (green card) but I noticed that the case number that’s written in it is different from the case number written on the yellow visa envelope.
There is (01) at the end of the number written on my visa, so I was asking if that’s normal or it’s a mistake that will cause further problems, if so, what should I do to fix it?
Also, I provided an wrote my mother’s name correctly while applying but  it’s wrong written on the envelope. (Typo mistake)
I was wondering if there is any steps that I should take, knowing that my traveling date is very soon so I want to pay the immigration visa fees, and I don’t know which case number to write in the form..the one on the envelope or the one in my visa.
 
Waiting forward to hearing from you.
 
Thank you.

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14 minutes ago, mayarelshahat said:
Good morning,
I have received my immigrate visa (green card) but I noticed that the case number that’s written in it is different from the case number written on the yellow visa envelope.
There is (01) at the end of the number written on my visa, so I was asking if that’s normal or it’s a mistake that will cause further problems, if so, what should I do to fix it?
Also, I provided an wrote my mother’s name correctly while applying but  it’s wrong written on the envelope. (Typo mistake)
I was wondering if there is any steps that I should take, knowing that my traveling date is very soon so I want to pay the immigration visa fees, and I don’t know which case number to write in the form..the one on the envelope or the one in my visa.
 
Waiting forward to hearing from you.
 
Thank you.

the 01 is added to all case number types or 02. Your case# is the same.

like if it was a parent and a child parent would have 01 and child same case# and 02. When you pay for immigration fee the 01 is not part of it.

 

Name on envelope you have your visa it will be fine unless it's a totally different name. When she is at POE she can correct it. If you are that worried about it contact the embassy and ask them what to do about the misspelled name.


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1 hour ago, dwheels76 said:

the 01 is added to all case number types or 02. Your case# is the same.

like if it was a parent and a child parent would have 01 and child same case# and 02. When you pay for immigration fee the 01 is not part of it.

 

Name on envelope you have your visa it will be fine unless it's a totally different name. When she is at POE she can correct it. If you are that worried about it contact the embassy and ask them what to do about the misspelled name.

Thank you sooo much this was very helpful. 

Concerning the name, my mother's name is Anaam, but it is written on the envelope Angham. Is that a problem? will they deport me from the airport because of this mistake? I contacted the embassy and they asked me to email the immigrant department but they haven't replied, and my travelling date is in week.

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1 hour ago, mayarelshahat said:

Thank you sooo much this was very helpful. 

Concerning the name, my mother's name is Anaam, but it is written on the envelope Angham. Is that a problem? will they deport me from the airport because of this mistake? I contacted the embassy and they asked me to email the immigrant department but they haven't replied, and my travelling date is in week.

Oh I thought it was your month who was getting the visa and they had her name wrong. Long as your name is what's on the visa package and matches your passport you are fine.


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Just now, dwheels76 said:

Oh I thought it was your month who was getting the visa and they had her name wrong. Long as your name is what's on the visa package and matches your passport you are fine.

No my name is correct the only problem is in my mother's name, while applying I wrote it right, but when I got the visa envelop I found that they wrote it mistakenly.

so that's fine and won't make me any problems right? should I follow any procedures when arriving in the USA to correct her name or that's just fine? 

Thank you so much and so sorry for bothering :) 

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