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Accidentally mixed my Father's and Mother's DoB on G-325A

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Netherlands
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I am current filling out the DS-160 online after I today received Package 3 from the consulate (Yah!). During the DS-160 I have to fill in my Father's and Mother's date of birth (DoB). I then check my G-325A (just to double-check) which we included in the K1 package and I notice that I mixed the dates of their DoB! The year is correct, but day and month is wrong since my Father now has my Mother's date and month and vice versa.

How big of an issue is this? I am afraid of notifying the consulate if they want us to re-submit everything or this can cause massive delay or even rejection.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Germany
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It's not a big issue. Just make sure you fill out the DS-160 correctly this time as this is more important in these last stages of getting the visa approved. I would be absolutely honest with the CO at the interview and tell him that you mixed up the two columns in the G325-A. If it's really necessary, the CO can correct it when he pulls up the file on his computer at the interview. I don't think you will get delayed or even rejected for that. Good luck!


 

 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Netherlands
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It's not a big issue. Just make sure you fill out the DS-160 correctly this time as this is more important in these last stages of getting the visa approved. I would be absolutely honest with the CO at the interview and tell him that you mixed up the two columns in the G325-A. If it's really necessary, the CO can correct it when he pulls up the file on his computer at the interview. I don't think you will get delayed or even rejected for that. Good luck!

Thank you! I hope not. I can imagine if it was my own DOB that was wrong.

I will probably mention it at the interview to ensure honesty here, instead of playing stupid / unaware. I kick myself for such a mistake though. Fingers crossed!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Thailand
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maybe consider bringing correct G-325A`s to the interview and just explain your honest mistake...best of luck.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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I would not bring it up; just wait for them to bring it up, since such a minor mistake should not matter. Yes, have corrected papers to hand in immediately should it come up, and by all means if you are ever asked about it, tell the truth. But no need to stir up the mud if they don't want it stirred up.

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