Be sure to correct any errors also at time of your interview. At that time the officer should ask you whether the name as it will appear on your green card is correct. You should be provided the opportunity to review everything- review carefully and be sure name, and all particular information, such as A# country of origin,etc are correct.
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Errors on receipt notices are unfortunately common. At your interview the USCIS officer will confirm that everything was spelled correctly, etc. However, advising USCIS as soon as possible about the error can save you lots of headache in advance by preventing the issuance of documents (i.e. work permits) with the erroneous information.
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