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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines

So here's the thing... Our petition is already approved and it's now in US embassy manila; however, we just found out that there's a mistake on my fiance's G325A. His mother's DOB is incorrect. The month and day is correct but the year is wrong. How are we going to solve this? Please advise

Our K1 Visa Journey
03/23/2005 From bestfriends to lovers
04/19/2005 Girl moved to US
11/14/2011 Girl became US citizen
12/19/2011 I129F petition filed
12/21/2011 NOA1 received
04/16/2012 NOA2 text notification received
05/18/2012 USEM sent letter to fiance re: eligibility to schedule interview
07/17/2012 medical
08/15/2012 interview (approved!) =')
11/16/2012 fiance arrived in US
01/10/2013 received social security card
01/15/2013 we got MARRIED!

2/9/2013 mailed AOS, EAD, AP
2/12/2013 USCIS received files
2/22/2013 received 3 I-797C Notice of Action for AOS, EAD, AP
3/20/2013 biometrics/fingerprinting
4/16/2013 EAD/AP aprroved, card received
8/02/2013 Interview
8/28/2013 received a letter in the mail saying AOS is APPROVED! green card to follow :')
8/30/2013 2 yr Green card received! thank you Lord

5/22/2015 mailed I-751 app
5/29/2015 check cashed
6/01/2015 I-797, Notice of Action received
8/11/2015 email received saying biometrics appt letter mailed on 8/8/15; awaiting for mail
8/24/2015 biometrics screening done
10/19/2015 letter received saying application is approved and green card is on the way! yay!

10/21/2015 10 yr green card received



12/31/2017 mailed N-400 app

1/10/2017 check cashed

1/17/2017 NOA received

1/22/2017 received mail for biometrics

1/31/2017 biometric screening

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina

Make a note of it, fix it at the interview.

good.gif At this point, this is your only chance at getting it fixed.

If you have it, attach a copy of the mother's passport or birth certificate as evidence of her actual name.

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