If a Certificate of Naturalization issued in the 1950's has an incorrect birthdate, how can it be corrected if the error was a result of the person providing an incorrect birthdate on the original application? Will the foreign birth certificate, showing the correct birthdate, suffice for USCIS to make the correction?
If the person requests the correction himself, will this cause any legal complications?
If the person is deceased, how can a decedent make the correction?
(There was a similar, but not exact, query posted at http://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/grandfathers-date-of-birth-is-incorrect-on-certifi-206230.html )