Talk to the lawyer that submitted the petition.
If he/she feels that this is a 'material' mistake, he/she will know how to submit a correction.
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I recommend that you discuss this matter with your employer and suggest that they discuss this matter in detail with an immigration attorney. If a decision on your L1 case has not been issued, your employer can submit a corrected/amended L1 application. In many cases, the Premium Processing service can be very responsive and it would be a good idea to overnight a corrected original application as well as perhaps an email copy after contacting the Premium Process supervisor.Ask a similar question
You should check with your employer and the lawyer who filed your petition. If the explanations are not satisfactory, seek out an immigration lawyer separately for a second opinion. There are many good immigration lawyers who answer questions here on Avvo.
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Dean P. Murray
The Murray Law Firm
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Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632
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