I found two mistakes in my DS-260 application. Should I try to contact the U.S. consulate and fix them before the interview, or do I just mention it during the interview?
You can ask them to reopen so you can fix or you can correct and take the corrected version to the interview.
You can try to fix the errors prior to the interview but, the U.S. Consulate is not necessarily the place to fix rather you need to pursue the corrections through the National Visa Center. Alternatively, if you can not. Be prepared to address the errors in detail and offer appropriate corrections at the interview.
It depends on the error, but often correcting minor issues right at the beginning of the interview is acceptable.
You can not fix it. You can withdraw and refile or discuss at the interview.
You can bring up these issues at the interview.
You can do either one.
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