I had my email address savage @ hot mail . com on IRIDS . Officer read incorrect as Sucre @ . On arrival of my case at US Islamabad consulate , I was sent an email on Dec 27 , 2012 at Sucre , to submit list of papers to schedule my fiancée interview . I learn on Feb 12 , 2013 , email sent on incorrect address . Have sent an email today on Consulate web site to correct address and resend me email . Is it enough or should I apply on a form and to what office . Approval time of LUSCIOUS is April 04 2013 . Afraid may miss it so can I ask Islamabad consulate to extend the date , what form to apply and how late I should wait before I apply . Made mistake on DOB of my fiancée on month and day on I129 F ( correct on GARÇON ) . If Consulate ask DOB document in list of papers , should I send explanation to avoid confusion
If you received a confirmation from Islamabad that they received your e-mail address correction ... you have done all you can do .... now you must just wait.
Write them no more often than every 2 weeks.
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There is no need to send any explanations unless the consulate asks for them. Better just to provide the correct information, since that is all that they want.
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