I was out of USA in 2018 May 21 to 2018 July 13 but I complete the form , out date 2017 May 21 and in USA 2017 July 13 .
You can fix that at the interview. Print-out the more accurate list.
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Information may be corrected at interview. Bring all passports (current and old) and corrected list of travel with evidence of trip(s) if stamps into other country or Entry into US are not clearly visible.
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I agree with both colleagues above, you can let the officer know at the interview that your trip dates need to be corrected.
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