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AOS I-485 Greencard - Vietnamese Name

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My wife and I did k1 visa

 

 

On her Vietnamese passport and on her k1 visa her GIVEN name reads in this order

 

This is just an example: Thi Thi Wen

 

Thi Thi is her middle name

Wen is her first name

 

When we filled out our marriage license, her given name is written in the same order as her visa, rather than : Wen Thi Thi (american way).

 

On her social security card it reads: Thi Thi Wen followed by my last name

 

will this be a problem when we file for AOS? because on all of her documents, marriage license and social secruity, it still shows her name in Vietnamese order (Thi Thi Wen) , rather than the American way (Wen Thi Thi)

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i would rather write her name: Last name: your last name,  First name: Thi , Middle name Thi Wen. I see my Vietnamese friend filled out I 751 form like that and got through. But I think example 2 is fine too.

Edited by hopelifebetter201

CR1

Texas Service Center

NOA1: 7/17/17

RFE: 3/5/18

RFE SENT: 5/3/18

RFE RECEIVED: 5/9/18

Approved: 5/25/18

Sent to NVC : 6/13/18

NVC received: 6/21/18

Case number: 7/19/2018

Pay AOS & IV fees: 7/19/18

CEAC shut down on 7/19/18 until 7/31/18

Ds-260 submitted 8/1/18

Civil and AOS package uploaded: 8/3/18

Case complete: 8/6/18

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23 minutes ago, hopelifebetter201 said:

i would rather write her name: Last name: your last name,  First name: Thi , Middle name Thi Wen. I see my Vietnamese friend filled out I 751 form like that and got through. But I think example 2 is fine too.

can anyone else confirm this?? would example #2 acceptable?

 

if i choose example #2, should i then write "N/A" for her middle name?

 

because when we first filed for i-129f, i wrote her name like this:

 

Last name: Nguyen

Given name: Wen

Middle name: Thi Thi

 

this is one giant  cluster F for me.

Edited by travisgarretson11

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1 minute ago, travisgarretson11 said:

can anyone else confirm this?? would example #2 acceptable?

 

if i choose example #2, should i then write "N/A" for her middle name?

No just leave it blank


CR1

Texas Service Center

NOA1: 7/17/17

RFE: 3/5/18

RFE SENT: 5/3/18

RFE RECEIVED: 5/9/18

Approved: 5/25/18

Sent to NVC : 6/13/18

NVC received: 6/21/18

Case number: 7/19/2018

Pay AOS & IV fees: 7/19/18

CEAC shut down on 7/19/18 until 7/31/18

Ds-260 submitted 8/1/18

Civil and AOS package uploaded: 8/3/18

Case complete: 8/6/18

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