Form AR-11 asks for my port of entry and date of entry into the United States. I have made several trips into the United States. I provided my first port of entry. After that I notice that I have to provide most recent Port of Entry. I do understand that I made a mistake.
I really worry about that issue.
Let me know how is serious my mistake? What should I do?
Thank you for your help.
Just keep a file with a record of all of your trips and their duration - with some evidence - in case you need to explain the error one day. And fill out the form right in future. Everyone makes mistakes.
I agree with my colleague to keep the document and have with you when in the future applying for or renewing immigration benefits. There is noting also stopping you from filling in a new AR-11 online with the same address and corrected port of entry.
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Totally inconsequential to your AR-11 address change reporting obligation, which you have now fulfilled, as well as to the continuation of your LPR status.
Just make sure fill the Form correctly the next time you move. For now, keep a copy of this one.
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