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Hi,
We applied for CR-1 and recently got I-797C to create an account on the USCIS website.

 

However, the petitioner's date of birth is typed wrong by USCIS. Note: Just the year is wrong. It should be 1988 instead of 1990.

We double-checked our application to make sure that we didn't make a mistake on I-130 Forms (It was the correct date).

 

We filed e-request a month ago (the website says we should receive a response by Oct 22th.) but still no answer from them.

 

Now, we are unsure if we should go ahead and registered on USCIS with the wrong date of birth or wait for the response.

 

Does anyone experience something like this and Does anyone knows the date of birth can be changed later?

Thank you

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