Form i-130 specifies "(Family name in CAPS)" on page 1. However, the instructions of i-864 specify "Print clearly or type your answers using CAPITAL letters." So, if my name is John Doe, would I consistently write:
DOE JOHN (which i-864 seems to ask for)
DOE John (which i-130 seems to ask for)
Or, should I write DOE JOHN on the i-864 but DOE John on the i-130?
Is this the kind of thing that I really don't need to worry about?
Thank you very much!
On a scale of 1-10, this is a 1, the least of your worries :)
I would just be consistent with whatever you choose.
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"DOE, John" is the form that USCIS prefers.
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That is entirely up to you.
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