I submitted the DS260 application online and soon realized I missed listing the past addresses. I forgot to include the addresses for when I went to college. How can I edit my DS260 now? Can I just present these at the time of the interview? I realize the address information is asked to show for the Police certificates for those areas, and I already have submitted the police certificates from those areas/address which I missed on the DS260 online submission.
Hi, once you submit a DS-260, you cannot edit and resubmit it. Bring them to your interview.
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You will have ample opportunity to correct your DS-260 during your interview.
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