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Anyone here who has been a victim (or voluntary)use a passport to travel with discrepancy of birthdate and birthplace? ( due to recruiters) ...and then corrected the discrepancy after returning home (as ofw)?

Will this cause red flag to usem inspite of having it corrected and was able to acquire new passport with the correct details? do you think that having filed an "affidavit of discrepancy" and was accepted (proof of new passport granted)by DFA will merit enough positive vibes in the eyes of usem (because upon return to the country- one has made effort to correct the said passport without using it any further) ?

Or does usem go overboard as to even checking the old passport details (eg.: 16 yrs ago)? or has to check possible countries one has travelled/lived before?

thank you for reading ...and will appreciate any input u can give for more clarification.

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Are you from Philippines or UAE?There should be no problem anymore with your passport if it has already been corrected but you may have to submit Police clearance from the country that you had lived before if it was more than 6 months.Good luck.

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Are you from Philippines or UAE?There should be no problem anymore with your passport if it has already been corrected but you may have to submit Police clearance from the country that you had lived before if it was more than 6 months.Good luck.

hi Bituin! pinay po...currently in uae. makes me think should this be declared or leave it out of the picture. :crying: yes, three more passport came after that -all with the corrected descrepancy. (16 yrs ago pa un)

thank u for the quick reply.... meantime i need to hit the bed (10:30pm) so ill be back tomorrow.

goodnyt bituin :star:

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