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I have my visa with my surnames swapped — instead of being Garcia Lopez it is written in my Visa as Lopez Garcia, the surname is written correctly just swapped I was wondering if that would be a problem in the US?

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    If I were you, I'd ask the issuing consulate to correct their error. – phoog Nov 25 '17 at 13:44
  • Yes, this would be a problem unless your passport has also them swapped. – George Y. Nov 26 '17 at 4:34
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    While you should try to get the consulate to correct the error, it's also true that everyone has seen this error with Spanish-style names before. – Andrew Lazarus Nov 26 '17 at 5:08
  • US immigration won't be your only problem, but also getting on the plane. Get it fixed immediately with the consulate – Crazydre Dec 10 '17 at 14:38
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Yes. It's a problem.

No matter where you are traveling Globally, your name Must be identical on All documentation: Passport, Airplane Tickets, Visas, everything.

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