The form was returned to me, but they didn't catch the error, now the wrong birthdate is entered. Do I submit a brand new petition or do I make a note of it and return it?
You can change the date on the petition.
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Why was your form returned to you? Do you mean that you received a receipt notice? If so, you can call the customer service and they may be able to help. It is likely easier to contact an attorney.
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You will have to contact USCIS and correct error. You may want to consult with an attorney.
I would write USCIS a letter and inform them of the error, and I would make sure to bring it up at the time of the adjustment of status interview. Good luck.