My fiancee had applied for F1 visa in the past and was denied. We did not know each other then. While filing spousal immigration, I realized that he used the wrong birthday in the past while applying. Do we continue to use this wrong dob or use the correct on now. Thank you
He had the wrong dob on his international passport. Does he apply for a new passport now. Will that not become supicious at the embassy? Birth certificate has correct dob but passport has wrong year. Instead of 1980 has 1983.
No, you use the correct dob.
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use the correct one and if issues come up, you will explain. Working with an experienced attorney certainly makes things easier.
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No. You must absolutely use the correct birth date.
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Use the correct one but explain that an incorrect one was use din the past -- use an addendum if necessary.
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In all immigration matters, the questions asked must be answered truthfully. Documents with the wrong date must be corrected.
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