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 I485 application - Place of birth in passport different from birth certificate.
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I am in process of filing I-485. While gathering all the documents I realized that my place of birth listed in passport is different from birth place listed in birth certificate? My birth certificate has the correct place of birth.
Has anyone been in similar situation? Do you think it will create problem if I apply with mismatching place of birth?
Does anyone know how long will it take to change birth place in your passport? I am currently in US.
 


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