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Got my green card with mistake on country of birth

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: France
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Hi Guys,

I just got my green card in the mail and guess what ? My country of birth is... USA

Anyway, I am travelling tomorrow outside of the country, I can't make an InfoPass for a stamp because NY office is crowded and the next available date in second week of november. Maybe i should try a walkin, but the police in front of the huge building in new york won't let me without appointment letter.

Will I have any problem going back in the country at the airport? Should i bring birth certificate ? I mean... how can i be born in the USA that's obviously a mistake from their hand. I checked all my paperworks


03/28/2014 - Married in New York Clerks Office

 

Adjusting from H1B

5/28/2014 - Sent AOS package
5/30/2014 - AOS Package Delivered
6/06/2014 - Text and email notification received
6/10/2014 - 4 Hard copies of NOA1 received
6/13/2014 - Biometrics appointment letter in the mail

6/17/2014 - Walk-in biometrics at Varick Street
6/27/2014 - Scheduled appointment for biometrics

6/30/2014 - Notification from USCIS, Testing & Interview

8/13/2014 - EAD and AP approved

8/18/2014 - EAD received

10/15/2014 - Interview at New York Federal Plaza and APPROVED email and text at the end of day

10/21/2014 - Green card in the mail

 

ROC

07/16/2016 - Sent I-751 to VSC

07/18/2016 - Package delivered

07/21/2016 - Check cashed

07/29/2016 - Received NOA1 dated 07/19/2016

08/08/2016 - Biometrics walk-in successful

08/17/2016 - Scheduled appointment for biometrics

07/10/2017 - Approval Letter received dated 07/06/2017

07/20/2017 - Green card in the mail

03/28/2018 - Divorce granted
 
CITIZENSHIP

07/17/2019 - Sent N400 Online -  5 years residency rule

07/23/2019 - Received NOA for biometrics

08/05/2019 - Biometrics appointment 

09/30/2020 - Interview - Approved

01/13/2021 - Oath Ceremony

 

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Definitely a mistake all right, but I think there may be people born in the US with a GC. The only people that I know that don't get USC at birth are children of foreign diplomats. Of course I'm not sure if there have ever been any, but it's possible.

I know this was a couple of days ago and you may have already traveled, but you shouldn't face issues reentering the country since it was their mistake. The worst that I think may happen is that you will be sent to secondary inspection, they can see that the GC isn't a fake so they should be able to verify you.

Edited by Ian H.

This does not constitute legal advice.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: France
Timeline

Hello!

I did a walk-in at infopass, and they stamped my passport! just in case...!


03/28/2014 - Married in New York Clerks Office

 

Adjusting from H1B

5/28/2014 - Sent AOS package
5/30/2014 - AOS Package Delivered
6/06/2014 - Text and email notification received
6/10/2014 - 4 Hard copies of NOA1 received
6/13/2014 - Biometrics appointment letter in the mail

6/17/2014 - Walk-in biometrics at Varick Street
6/27/2014 - Scheduled appointment for biometrics

6/30/2014 - Notification from USCIS, Testing & Interview

8/13/2014 - EAD and AP approved

8/18/2014 - EAD received

10/15/2014 - Interview at New York Federal Plaza and APPROVED email and text at the end of day

10/21/2014 - Green card in the mail

 

ROC

07/16/2016 - Sent I-751 to VSC

07/18/2016 - Package delivered

07/21/2016 - Check cashed

07/29/2016 - Received NOA1 dated 07/19/2016

08/08/2016 - Biometrics walk-in successful

08/17/2016 - Scheduled appointment for biometrics

07/10/2017 - Approval Letter received dated 07/06/2017

07/20/2017 - Green card in the mail

03/28/2018 - Divorce granted
 
CITIZENSHIP

07/17/2019 - Sent N400 Online -  5 years residency rule

07/23/2019 - Received NOA for biometrics

08/05/2019 - Biometrics appointment 

09/30/2020 - Interview - Approved

01/13/2021 - Oath Ceremony

 

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