I submit my application N 400 in July 2016..and I found out my lawyer put no exit out states in last five years but I travel in March 2011...do I gonna be on trouble or immigration goes from July 2016 to July 2011.
You can let them know at the interview, and it should be no problem.
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No. You (and your N-400) will not be in any sort of "trouble"... Simply make sure to "amend/update" your N-400 with the missing/correct (supplementary) information on the day of your N-400 interview, in presence of your interviewing officer, once in the room with him/her, PRIOR TO having been placed under oath. That's all there is to it!
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