Hello, does FNU in a name create an issue in Green Card processing? My wife doesn't have a last name so US consulate in my country used FNU as her first name on visa and her first name as her last name. She has an h1b approval from USCIS with FNU as her first name and last name as her first name. I'm assuming USCIS already has her in record.
I'm working in US on h1b and she's currently in US on h4 but has a valid approved h1b petition with FNU in her name.
Not by itself.
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That's one "FNU" too many with the H-1B approval.. No, all jokes aside, I don't think this, in and off by itself could create a problem.. Wait until she apples for naturalization, she can then change her name to Sophia Loren (for free!) on her certificate of naturalization and her future US passport. May we live that long ..
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