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Hi guys just a quick question, my parents had their interview and consulate officer need their criminal record from Japan. However, I did not list they lived in Japan before but actually they did. So may I correct ds260 info now even though they had interview. 


2011/08/01:mailed i-130 to uscis ( petition for relative of permanent resident)

2011/08/05:receive hard copy noa1 (priority date 2011/08/02

2011/09/14:my husband became usc. and sent citizenship certificate to upgrade the petition

2011/11/03:receive hard copy of noa2 ( case category from f2a to cr1)


2011/11/28:receive case number started with guz

2011/11/28:called to nvc to assign my case to montreal, canada

2011/12/28:got new case number started with mtl

2011/12/29:completed ds 261 apply electronic processing

2012/01/03:optin acceptance email received

2012/01/04:IV bill invoiced and paid

2012/01/05:completed ds 260 sent i 864 documents to nvcelectronic

2012/01/11: sent joint sponsor financial documents and civil documents


2012/03/09:approved finally..

2012/03/12:received my visa.

timeline for IR5 APPLICATION.

2012/04/27: received NOA1 from uscis

2012/08/09;received NOA2 from uscis.

2012/09/07: received case number and ds 3032 from nvc..

2012/09/07: paid aos fee 2012/09/14: paid iv fee

2012/09/13:optin email sent

2012/09/21:optin received 。。 send aos and civil documents

2012/10/04:send current employment letters of sponsor to nvc

2012/10/18: received p4. interview date was assigned on 12/12/06.bless.....

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You didn't list every place they'd lived since age 16 on the DS-260?  Did they correct this at interview (the only time in which they could do so?)  Hopefully because otherwise you have potential material misrepresentation on your hands. 

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss


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