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I accidentally used the wrong child's name in the middle of one of my letters. I must have spaced on which of my 3 kids I was writing. Can that be fixed?
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Kasey Speed

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Sierra, Employee

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Hi Kasey! Thanks for reaching out to us. I completely understand that when you're writing to multiple kiddos, things can get a little confusing! Sadly, if that letter has already been submitted, it's out of our hands and will be sent to the National Office as is. I'm very sorry there's nothing we can do to stop and fix it! :(
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Kasey Speed

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Thank you for letting me know.  I used the correct name through most of the letter.  Maybe the interpreter will catch it.  I am just concerned that he will think I was giving him a generic letter.  Though I do duplicate the letters for the parts where I share information about myself, but I make changes when asking questions and responding to theirs.  In this case, I failed to make a change, and I don't want him to think I was focused on a different kiddo.  Hopefully it won't bother him too much.  
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Sierra, Employee

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I totally understand your concern! It's possible that the translator will catch it, but if not, then it shouldn't bother your kiddo. I'm sure he'll be thrilled to receive your letter!