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Dear all,

I just sent out my green card application two days ago...and I found I made a stupid mistake: I filled my husband's SSN wrong (he is the petitor) and he did not notice that when signed up. So all the forms with his SSN are wrong :crying:

My question is, should I resubmit a new form with corrected SSN and explained why? Or should I wait for REF to come? (Don't think I can just call and change the info :( )

I am scary..

Thanks in advance!!

Carey

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You should wait for the AOS package return or the RFE. Otherwise, your further submission may cross the aforementioned in the mail. Slight delay here on the AOS process, but you can rectify this quickly.

All the best.

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Timeline

Dear all,

I just sent out my green card application two days ago...and I found I made a stupid mistake: I filled my husband's SSN wrong (he is the petitor) and he did not notice that when signed up. So all the forms with his SSN are wrong :crying:

My question is, should I resubmit a new form with corrected SSN and explained why? Or should I wait for REF to come? (Don't think I can just call and change the info :( )

I am scary..

Thanks in advance!!

Carey

You could call USCIS and ask them what you should do to change the mistake you made. You could also have your husband make an InfoPass appointment and go in and let them know his SSN is wrong on the forms and see if they can fix it.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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You could call USCIS and ask them what you should do to change the mistake you made. You could also have your husband make an InfoPass appointment and go in and let them know his SSN is wrong on the forms and see if they can fix it.

Indeed a possible option, although we have historically seen mixed results on this approach. Worth a shot...

Edited by William33

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