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K1 Visa inside of beneficiaries passport has misspelled my (petitioners) name


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Like the title says. My fiance just received her visa via a shipping service. The embassy is closed for calls until tomorrow and she just realized that they spelled my name wrong (the petitioner). 


I've seen old posts on this, but does any have any recent knowledge or experience with respect to this issue? 


All help is appreciated. Thanks.

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On 3/30/2023 at 9:29 AM, polishk1 said:

she just realized that they spelled my name wrong (the petitioner).


Check the thread below --


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