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a VirtualTourist member asked on Apr 17, 2014

New Delhi

Given name has two name but they appear in reverse order in eticket

Hi

I am travelling to US very soon but I just checked my e-ticket and found out following error.
My passport name says :
Given name : Arya Prakash.
My surname is blank on my passport.

However my e-ticket says : Prakash/Arya Ms.

Is this notation correct ?? Should I travel with this ticket ??



9 Answers


answered on 4/17/14 by
a VT member from New Delhi

Simply they just assumed your last name by seeing your given name. You not at all to worry about this. Go without any worry.




answered on 4/17/14 by
a VT member

Thanks a lot for the answers.. :)




answered on 4/17/14 by
a VT member

No Prakash is not my surname and there is no specific reason for it:
On my passport:
Given Name: Arya Prakash
Surname:

Visa: Name: Arya Prakash
Visa: FNU

Now I have got my eticket stating Prakash/Arya Ms.

Is this correct ??




answered on 4/17/14 by
a VT member

So should I travel with this ticket ??




answered on 4/17/14 by
a VT member

@stylekerouac

Have you ever came across cases like this ?? What is their probability of success??




answered on 4/17/14 by
a VT member

FNU means no surname. Guys just suggest me should I travel or not ??




answered on 4/18/14 by
a VT member from New Jersey

Did you leave surname blank on your visa application? If yes and you have gotten a visa there should not be a problem - the U.S. already knows you don't have a surname. The e-ticket is fine. There is nothing to "fix" because you do not have a surname. If there will be a problem, you will not be allowed to board the plane.




answered on 4/18/14 by
a VT member from New Delhi

No one will stop you. If you have valid passport with the same name and the Visa with the same name... No one at immigration will stop you. Its nothing to do with your flight e-ticket, even they don't bother to see your ticket at immigration counter. Best of luck.




answered on 2/24/15 by
a VT member from Union Territory of Delhi

perhaps no problem





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