I know someone who is going to attempt to apply for the Deferred Action Plan but his birth certificate has his wrong birth date. He was was registered in his country, a year later after his birth, therefore his birth certificate states his DOB as 11/22/1990 when he is 11/22/1989. All of his school records show his DOB as 11/22/1989 but his identification and passport show it as 11/22/1990. Will this cause an issue?
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It could if he left the country and tried to get back in, it would be best to correct it now and take no chances
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