Your friend should speak with an experienced immiration attorney as soon as possible. While not that serious, since USCIS is now inquiring about the matter, he needs expert assistance. The differences/errors can be successfully explained, but the explanations should be done with the help of a lawyer, so as not to open or create other problems. It should alll be resolved without any major headaches, if done correctly.
Good luck to your friend!
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The date on his birth certificate is the one that should be used. You must explain the discrepancies at your interview and have the application annotated accordingly.Ask a similar question
He needs an experienced immigrationa ttorney to assist him with this mess. The swearing under oath many times to an incorrect date is ground for deportability. My advice is not to use a public form to explain this out but to seek legal counsel where information is provided in confidence. Good luck.
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I agree with Attorney Schmidt. Use the true date of birth as noted on the birth certificate and explain all the others.
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