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I was just reading another topic and realized that I might have made a mistake on my application. I am applying based on marriage, but when I was listing places of residence, I listed those for the last 5 year, not 3. Now, within those 5 years, I messed up a date. Is it going to be too late to correct this mistake during the interview?

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I was just reading another topic and realized that I might have made a mistake on my application. I am applying based on marriage, but when I was listing places of residence, I listed those for the last 5 year, not 3. Now, within those 5 years, I messed up a date. Is it going to be too late to correct this mistake during the interview?

No, you'll have plenty of time during the interview to make changes.


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