I committed an error on my name sequence during submission on DV initial entry. Example ; My name normally is Frank Morel, Bony. Only after submitting my entry, I realized my name came out as Frank, Morel Bony with “Morel” on given names section instead of surname section. Then I won the lottery and corrected on DS-260 so as to match all other official documents. Interview will be in Yaoundé, Cameroon.
Hello. So, you should not have any issue with this if corrected. They typically will change the name to whatever is on your passport. If you want to "get ahead" of this, you can email the consulate and NVC with a copy of your passport, your NVC case number, and a short explanation of the issue. But, this shouldn't cause you any significant problems. This happens a lot. Good luck and congrats!
This is not legal advice and is only general information. I am not your attorney. No attorney-client relationship is formed by this communication.
First, it was good that you corrected the name on your application. There may be questions at your interview but if corrected on your visa application you should be fine. The consulate may request police certificates in both name sequences.
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