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DS-160 item #2: passport "Place of Issue"

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We are filling out the DS-160 in prep for our interview in a few days. The form is asking for her passport's place of issue. I naturally expect the question on the form has been incorrectly framed. I believe they meant to just ask for "place of issue", whatever the passport says. However, they specifically ask for the city, so we put the city. While logical, I have found Uncle Sam doesn't care too much about logic and expects you to compensate for their foibles, "or else". :bonk:

We already submitted & printed, so I guess its done? Can you even go back and do it again?

Anyway Im just curious how other's handled this. I saw one post where they also put the city and had no issue.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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We are filling out the DS-160 in prep for our interview in a few days. The form is asking for her passport's place of issue. I naturally expect the question on the form has been incorrectly framed. I believe they meant to just ask for "place of issue", whatever the passport says. However, they specifically ask for the city, so we put the city. While logical, I have found Uncle Sam doesn't care too much about logic and expects you to compensate for their foibles, "or else". :bonk:

We already submitted & printed, so I guess its done? Can you even go back and do it again?

Anyway Im just curious how other's handled this. I saw one post where they also put the city and had no issue.

Forgot to mention.. her passport shows the name of some company where the passport was issued. It does not show a city at all.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
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Forgot to mention.. her passport shows the name of some company where the passport was issued. It does not show a city at all.

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Please note that the DS-160 form is NOT acceptable for K visa applicants. Each applicant listed in the appointment letter must complete in English the following forms. Sign all pages except the form DS-156K; ..........

http://photos.state.gov/libraries/hochiminh/174995/iv-forms/K-Appointment-122020-2.pdf


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From pkt 4

Please note that the DS-160 form is NOT acceptable for K visa applicants. Each applicant listed in the appointment letter must complete in English the following forms. Sign all pages except the form DS-156K; ..........

http://photos.state.gov/libraries/hochiminh/174995/iv-forms/K-Appointment-122020-2.pdf

Yeah sorry I mean DS-156. is there a way to modify the topic title?

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as long as you put the city that should be fine... if it comes up it is easily explained..


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For "Place of Issue" my wife's passport says "CỤC QUẢN LÝ XUẤT NHẬP CẢNH", which means Immigration Management Department. She got the passport in Da Nang, so that's what she wrote on the DS-156. It wasn't an issue at the consulate.


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