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1954nishant

DS-160 error , Embassy staff corrected

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Hi , 

 

I had a visa interview today morning at Ottawa. 

 

There was a mistake in date of birth on the DS-160 i had submitted . The Embassy staff corrected the mistake & updated the system.

 

Visa interview went well & officer said i am approving your visa & kept my passport . 

 

Will the date of birth mistake (which the embassy staff corrected) on the application create a problem for me or put me in admin processing ???

 

I am concerned if it opens a whole new box of issues 

 

 

What do you think ?

 

Regards

Nishant

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Hi Redfoxfan215,

 

I will definitely but now its showing as Admin Processing and am a bit confused . Hopefully its just a temporary thing!

 

I have a question: 

 

-My current H1b is valid till Sep 15th , 2016. 

-I had applied an extension(same client, employer, location,pay etc) 

-Got 3 years new approval with start date Sep 16th 2016 

-On DS-160 i had entered the EAC for this new petition (starting Sep 2016). Also gave the visa office this new petition

 

Will i get the visa for this extended petition or for my old petition (which expires in September,2016) . I am confused here as to how this will work 

 

 

Anyone can please provide suggestions 

 

Thanks

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IMO Your new visa will be issued based up on your new I-797 .they might be taking little time figuring this out I guess.what were the questions that VO asked,it will help us understand your situation little better.

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