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Exact travel dates on N-400

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In the past 5 years, I have traveled outside the country a few times - each time a short visit for a few days. I am not worried about accumulating a large number of days outside US. The concern is about exact travel dates. For a few trips (especially to Canada), there is no stamp on the passport. How important is it to report exact dates ?. Can I report what I guess may be the right dates ?.

Follow up - I assume I have to report the travel outside US for cruises as well.

What happens if the dates are not exact ?


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hi, we had the same problem, travelling to canada many trips numerous times. We tried to match it as close as possible, my wife had her interview already and they did not question anything, i think if you are off a day or two i dont think it really matters....

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