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DS-260 missed one letter on the address of petitioner

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Hello! We submitted our ds-260 and found out after a day that we had a mistake on the address of which they will send the greencard. We cannot edit it anymore. What should we do? Can We call NVC and they will edit or change it? We only missed one letter on the address. We put “55 50th St.” instead of “55 S 50th St.” please help. Thank you!

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Just now, JB and AMF said:

Thank you! Before the interview or after the interview? 

At the interview? Just let them know at some point you forgot the South part of the address. 


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3 minutes ago, NikLR said:

At the interview? Just let them know at some point you forgot the South part of the address. 

I’m worried it will cause some delays. Thank you for the information. I was thinking to call NVC today too.

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1 minute ago, JB and AMF said:

I’m worried it will cause some delays or worst denial. Lol

Oh good lord no. Relax!  You can also correct it at POE and when you pay the immigrant fee.  It certainly would NOT cause a denial!

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Just now, NikLR said:

Oh good lord no. Relax!  You can also correct it at POE and when you pay the immigrant fee.  It certainly would NOT cause a denial!

Thank you so much for this information. Now I don’t feel worried about it. They will ask the address again when we pay the immigrant fee right?

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3 minutes ago, JB and AMF said:

Thank you so much for this information. Now I don’t feel worried about it. They will ask the address again when we pay the immigrant fee right?

I believe mine did but that was 5 years ago.... 


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3 minutes ago, JB and AMF said:

How long will it take to receive approval frol NVC after submitting AOS and IV civil documents?

No idea on current timelines.  Check out NVC filers thread in the IR1/CR1 progress reports 


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