I have made a mistake on my N-400 form. In Part 11, questions 47 - 53, I suppose to answer "YES"; but I was sort of overlooked the questions, I answer "NO" to all of these questions. I have received my receipt number and also the done with finger print. I am so worried if my mistake will make my application rejected. Can anyone tell me how to correct the mistake? I highly appreciate for your help.
You can correct the form at the time of your interview.
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Since, you have a receipt. Your application was not rejected. It could cause a denial. You certainly have the officer's attention. I would correct the page with the correct answer and bring it with you to your interview.
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