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My fiancee had her medical recently and says that she made a mistake filling out the address on the form. I'm sure it's not as big a problem as she's afraid it is, but what do we do about it? Should she contact the civil surgeon, the embassy, or both? Or just wait until the interview and say "oops, my bad"? I'm not sure exactly what form this is and how important the address listed on it is.

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It's probably not an issue at all.


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14 minutes ago, araxoolie said:

My fiancee had her medical recently and says that she made a mistake filling out the address on the form. I'm sure it's not as big a problem as she's afraid it is, but what do we do about it? Should she contact the civil surgeon, the embassy, or both? Or just wait until the interview and say "oops, my bad"? I'm not sure exactly what form this is and how important the address listed on it is.

You left out one option.  Neither.  If she is compelled to mention she can at the interview 


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i dont think that would cause an issue


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On 11/28/2018 at 1:32 PM, araxoolie said:

My fiancee had her medical recently and says that she made a mistake filling out the address on the form. I'm sure it's not as big a problem as she's afraid it is, but what do we do about it? Should she contact the civil surgeon, the embassy, or both? Or just wait until the interview and say "oops, my bad"? I'm not sure exactly what form this is and how important the address listed on it is.

It prob won't cause an issue, but she can just call the doctors office and tell them. The assistant is really nice and will tell you if she can do anything. Otherwise just mention it at your interview and they'll change it.

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