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Today my fiancee received her visa from the embassy, but in the passport, in the section of given name, they wrote her first name, but added her father's name to her first name. So it is written, Doe Joe, Smith's son.

 

The first and last name are correct, but her father's name is written too.

 

Is this is a problem? Will she be denied entry to the USA?

 

Thanks

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12 minutes ago, Nickolay said:

Today my fiancee received her visa from the embassy, but in the passport, in the section of given name, they wrote her first name, but added her father's name to her first name. So it is written, Doe Joe, Smith's son.

 

The first and last name are correct, but her father's name is written too.

 

Is this is a problem? Will she be denied entry to the USA?

 

Thanks

She needs to contact the embassy to correct the error. 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Brazil
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22 minutes ago, Nickolay said:

Today my fiancee received her visa from the embassy, but in the passport, in the section of given name, they wrote her first name, but added her father's name to her first name. So it is written, Doe Joe, Smith's son.

 

The first and last name are correct, but her father's name is written too.

 

Is this is a problem? Will she be denied entry to the USA?

 

Thanks

Definitely get in contact with the embassy ASAP before travel.

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This is exactly why it is best to avoid booking any travel until a visa is in hand and has been checked for errors.  Hopefully, this can be corrected quickly.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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33 minutes ago, Nickolay said:

Today my fiancee received her visa from the embassy, but in the passport, in the section of given name, they wrote her first name, but added her father's name to her first name. So it is written, Doe Joe, Smith's son.

 

The first and last name are correct, but her father's name is written too.

 

Is this is a problem? Will she be denied entry to the USA?

 

Thanks

It won't deny her entry into the states.  It might cause name issues in your future dealings with the uscis


YMMV

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