I recently got my residents card but it doesn't have my middle name on it but my passport does have it will this cause any problems at the airport?
While I would not expect any difficulties, this is outside my realm of experience. This would more properly be within the experience of immigration attorneys. I am adding immigration as a practice area for your question.
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Should not be an issue. However, an inspecting officer could make a big deal out of it, but should not result in a problem in the end.
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In my experience this detail should not matter, so long as your date of birth and other names are the same. You may get questions upon using it, but getting the name updated or corrected would take time and money.
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