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HELP! Put wrong date on Declaration of How We Met

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My fiancee and I met in December of 2017. We became official January of 2018 before getting engaged in October of 2018. On my part, I made an error and accidentally said we became official in Jan of 2017, but we didn't meet until Dec of 2017. Will this affect whether my NOA2 will be rejected or not??? I'm freaking out! Please let me know! 

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Just now, SL and ES said:

My fiancee and I met in December of 2017. We became official January of 2018 before getting engaged in October of 2018. On my part, I made an error and accidentally said we became official in Jan of 2017, but we didn't meet until Dec of 2017. Will this affect whether my NOA2 will be rejected or not??? I'm freaking out! Please let me know! 

Prob not, they are prob smart enough to understand it was a typo imo.

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