Originally Posted by JunRN
USCIS can't make a simple spelling correct and yet, they want to implement a "No Match Rule"; you see a simple difference in spelling can bring your name on the list of mismatch!
That "No match rule" will affect a lot of people with very complicated names even if they are legals or citizens.
Anyway, you have to ask USCIS to correct it because it will cause mismatch against your SSN.
Yes, I have called up the USCIS and notified them about the typo error.
My main concern out here is that, I being the primary applicant don't have the I-485 receipt and my wife has two- one correctly spelt and the other with a typo (which I assume should me mine). But can't be sure and am quite apprehensive about the whole issue.
I do hope they rectify the error and match my SSN and get the right receipt.
Thanks for the reply