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Hello everyone,

So we just found out our lawyer made a mistake while filling out the I-864 affidavit of support, he put a wrong date of birth for my husband, we never saw this as he was the one who took care of everything and sent it to NVC.

Now that he handed us the documents for me to take to the interview next month, we were going through them and found out about this. The lawyer actually put my father in law's date of birth. Don't know how that could have happened.

We already filled out a new form and printed it out.

Will that be a problem at the consulate? When they see that his date of birth is wrong?

I'm worried about this.

Thank you


31 July 2015 = I-130 received by USCIS

17 December 2015 = Case approved

22 December 2015 = Sent to the Department of State

07 January 2016 = Case number assigned by NVC

22 February 2016 = First scan date

25 March 2016 = Checklist

18 April 2016 = Second scan date

20 May 2016 = Checklist

16 June 2016 = Third scan date

20 July 2016 = CASE COMPLETE

27 July 2015 = CC email confirmation

04 August 2016 = Interview scheduled

08 August 2016 = Received interview letter

15 August 2016 = In Transit

16 August 2016 = Case Ready

30 August 2016 = Medical Exam

13 September 2016 = Interview

15 September 2016 = Interview Rescheduled (APPROVED)

16 September 2016 = AP in the morning and a few hours later VISA ISSUED

21 September 2016 = Email from Aramex PASSPORT READY

23 September 2016 = Picked up passport with CR1 visa from Aramex

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Hello everyone,

So we just found out our lawyer made a mistake while filling out the I-864 affidavit of support, he put a wrong date of birth for my husband, we never saw this as he was the one who took care of everything and sent it to NVC.

Now that he handed us the documents for me to take to the interview next month, we were going through them and found out about this. The lawyer actually put my father in law's date of birth. Don't know how that could have happened.

We already filled out a new form and printed it out.

Will that be a problem at the consulate? When they see that his date of birth is wrong?

I'm worried about this.

Thank you

As long as his date of birth is correct on the IV application (DS-260) it doesn't really hurt. But wise to have a corrected I-864 at interview to give over. CO will like you are being proactive.

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As long as his date of birth is correct on the IV application (DS-260) it doesn't really hurt. But wise to have a corrected I-864 at interview to give over. CO will like you are being proactive.

Thank you so much, I will take a corrected one with me!!!


31 July 2015 = I-130 received by USCIS

17 December 2015 = Case approved

22 December 2015 = Sent to the Department of State

07 January 2016 = Case number assigned by NVC

22 February 2016 = First scan date

25 March 2016 = Checklist

18 April 2016 = Second scan date

20 May 2016 = Checklist

16 June 2016 = Third scan date

20 July 2016 = CASE COMPLETE

27 July 2015 = CC email confirmation

04 August 2016 = Interview scheduled

08 August 2016 = Received interview letter

15 August 2016 = In Transit

16 August 2016 = Case Ready

30 August 2016 = Medical Exam

13 September 2016 = Interview

15 September 2016 = Interview Rescheduled (APPROVED)

16 September 2016 = AP in the morning and a few hours later VISA ISSUED

21 September 2016 = Email from Aramex PASSPORT READY

23 September 2016 = Picked up passport with CR1 visa from Aramex

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