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Birth Certificate is not the actual town of birth - what to put in the passport?

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My beneficiary's actual birth place (let's call it Town A) is different than the town listed on his birth certificate (we can call this Town B). Town A and Town B are two different towns about 50km apart. He was born in a hospital in Town A, but was issued a birth certificate in his hometown, Town B. He has a government ID from Town B, and I already submitted the i-129f form and put his actual birth of place, Town A. He is currently applying for a passport and does not know if he should put his birth place as Town A or Town B in the passport. What should he do?

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3 hours ago, Ayzosh said:

My beneficiary's actual birth place (let's call it Town A) is different than the town listed on his birth certificate (we can call this Town B). Town A and Town B are two different towns about 50km apart. He was born in a hospital in Town A, but was issued a birth certificate in his hometown, Town B. He has a government ID from Town B, and I already submitted the i-129f form and put his actual birth of place, Town A. He is currently applying for a passport and does not know if he should put his birth place as Town A or Town B in the passport. What should he do?

Follow what is stated in the birth certificate.


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Agree with what others have said...

 

Your other choice, getting the birth certificate corrected, is akin to Don Quixote going off to battle a windmill. Pick your battles, and this one is likely one you don't want to try to fight.

 

Good luck on your immigration journey.


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