Good quesiton. Who inflated it? Why? Served the purpose then and does not do it any longer?
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This sounds like an immigration fraud issue. Contact an immigration attorney directly.
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It seems that not much you can do about this situation at this time other than not using fake resume in the future. If in fact USCIS will send request for evidence to explain differences the proper way to handle it is to hire immigration attorney for proper consultation/advice. It is clearly the case of at least misinformation on the previous employer side who submitted your fake resume however if you didn't participate in knowingly perpetrating fraud you may have a chance to explain it away. At this point do nothing is probably better attitude.
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