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Green card with wrong name

Green card with wrong name

Old Nov 29th 2001, 9:20 pm
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Hi everybody!

Quick question, maybe somebody had the same problem: I am German, married to a US citizen and recently got my permanent resident card in the mail, from the Texas service center (I am in Dallas).

Unfortunately they misspelled my name on the card.

I went to the local office, filled out the form for card replacement and was told that I would have to do the whole fingerprinting and so on over again, and I would get an appointment letter for this.

Well, this has been like 5 or 6 weeks ago and I have not heard back. Any ideas what I should do and/or how long this can take?

Thanks in advance!

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Old Dec 1st 2001, 3:04 pm
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I suspect they got it a little wrong. You would have to give another fingerprint for
the card itself, but if you've had the fingerprint check recently and you went in
just to file an I-90 to change the green-card because of a mistake they made, all you
should have had to do is a new I-89 (with a single fingerprint on each side of the
ard and new photos)

I'd go back again and try to talk to someone else.

Betastar (whose husband just had to do this...)

On 29 Nov 2001 17:30:07 -0500, Florian <[email protected]> spake:

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