What will happen if I filled wrong date of entry in AR-11 online form?

I filled my date of birth (due to autocomplete in browser) instead of my date of entry and submitted. I corrected the date of entry and re-submitted AR11 again. I want to know if there are any implications for this mistake. I do not have any pending petition with USCIS.

Asked on August 1, 2014 under Immigration Law, Georgia


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Answered 6 years ago | Contributor

No there should not be any implications because of the incorrect date of entry especially if you have since corrected it by submitting a new ar-11 form.  Just make sure that next time you change residences you also submit ar-11 to USCIS.

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