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I’d trust the birth certificate over the passport. Passport application may have been incorrectly submitted or incorrectly registered. Birth certificates are mainly just extracts from databases.


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Which city was she actually born in? Put where she was actually born; might possibly also want to get one or the other corrected to reflect the correct city (but likely not an issue if you don't)

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1 hour ago, Johnny Appleseed said:

Hello everybody, I'm filling out form I130 for my wife. Her foreign passport says she was born in city "A", her birth certificate says she was born in city "C". What should I do?

Thanks

she cant be born in two places. either passport or birth certificate needs to be corrected as you will get RFE for sure 


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If the city on the birth certificate is the one she was actually born in, use that city. If the city on the passport is the one she was actually born in, use that one. If her passport is wrong, she may have to get a new one with the correct birthplace. If the birth certificate is wrong, she can probably go to her local government office and find out how to fix it


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47 minutes ago, Johnny Appleseed said:

I dont know if it's possible to change either document. Should I explain this situation in part 9 (additional information) of the I130? Or just use the city of birth on the birth certificate?

Thanks you guys

What you don't know can be found out.  Get on it.  Indicate where she was actually born, and get whichever document needs to be corrected, corrected.  Neither the Birth Certificate or Passport is needed until 8 to 12 months AFTER you file the petition.  Lots of time to correct documents.  No time at all to correct a lie on the I-130.  Tell the truth and deal with what needs dealing with.  Carry those principles through ALL the process.


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