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What should I do if there is information missing on my DS-260 form?

My EB-5 I-526 was approved and I had my DS-260 completed by a third-party agent. I think he might have missed some information about my previous employment experience on the form. Is this a material misrepresentation? I have my EB-5 visa interview scheduled next month. Should I clarify with the officer at the consular post?

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    Ed Beshara

    Immigration Attorney
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    Correspond with the national visa center to correct the information and also confirm the corrections at the time of the interview.

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    Bernard P Wolfsdorf

    Immigration Attorney
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    Request to reopen the form and, if not approved in a timely manner, take a new completed one to the interview.

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    Lynne Feldman

    Immigration Attorney
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    Yes, that is best.

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    Charles Foster

    Immigration Attorney
    Answered on

    You can correct at your interview early in the process.

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    Marko Issever

    EB-5 Broker Dealer
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    Yes. You should be able to correct this error in your consular interview. This is an inadvertent mistake. You should not have any issues, as long as you inform the officer in the interview.

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    A Olusanjo Omoniyi

    Immigration Attorney
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    Yes, you should disclose everything at the interview and describe why the omissions occurred.

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    Hassan Elkhalil

    Immigration Attorney
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    Yes. Prepare a list of all of the missing information and at the interview, inform the officer before the interview starts that there are some missing information on your DS-260 that you would like to amend.

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    BoBi Ahn

    Immigration Attorney
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    You can correct the information or provide the missing information during your immigrant visa interview.

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