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Question Different Place of Birth: town name in Birth Crt and District name in Passport

hello friends,

Please assist me in following matter.

Background:
I was born in a small town "s_town". It was part of a district "a_district".

Query:
My birth certificate was, obviously, issued from "s_town". However, on my Passport my place of birth is mentioned "a_district" instead of "s_town".

while filling 189 application, I followed my Passport details and entered "a_district" as my place of birth. Now I am apprehensive that CO might object why place of birth is different in 189 application form and in Birth certificate.

Please suggest what to do in this case. CO has not been assigned yet.

Thank you.

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any help please !!

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Hello,
I have simliar situation as the place of birth on Birth Cert is A-city while B-city are showed on my passport. they are toally different city.

I am also dont know how to handle it, but how about to have a new Birth cert issued as list the same place as your passport?

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Hello,
I have simliar situation as the place of birth on Birth Cert is A-city while B-city are showed on my passport. they are toally different city.

I am also dont know how to handle it, but how about to have a new Birth cert issued as list the same place as your passport?
I can't because birth certificate correctly shows my my place of birth. On the other hand passport is also 'technically' correct as it shows the name of District (which contains my birth town and a few other towns)

District Definition:
Districts are local administrative units. They comprise villages, towns and cities.

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I can't because birth certificate correctly shows my my place of birth. On the other hand passport is also 'technically' correct as it shows the name of District (which contains my birth town and a few other towns)

District Definition:
Districts are local administrative units. They comprise villages, towns and cities.
So you are lucky, i think you could give one additonal explain paper which tell clearly the 'belong to relationship'..Or any other legal document as could make as proof materials.

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hello friends,

Please assist me in following matter.

Background:
I was born in a small town "s_town". It was part of a district "a_district".

Query:
My birth certificate was, obviously, issued from "s_town". However, on my Passport my place of birth is mentioned "a_district" instead of "s_town".

while filling 189 application, I followed my Passport details and entered "a_district" as my place of birth. Now I am apprehensive that CO might object why place of birth is different in 189 application form and in Birth certificate.

Please suggest what to do in this case. CO has not been assigned yet.

Thank you.
Hello,

Could you please let know how this was sorted? I am in the same situation now and not sure how to progress.

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Could you please let know how this was sorted? I am in the same situation now and not sure how to progress.

Hi, Could you tell me if you faced any issue with respect to birthplace? In my case the birthplace is different.

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As per some old threads and one of my known, applicant get away by sharing 10th Mark sheet when asked for birth certificate by CO.

In one of the case, dependent (minor) was also not having birth certificate and parents simply gave SD (notary attested) stating birth date and place.

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As per some old threads and one of my known, applicant get away by sharing 10th Mark sheet when asked for birth certificate by CO.

In one of the case, dependent (minor) was also not having birth certificate and parents simply gave SD (notary attested) stating birth date and place.

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Because of my stupidity I uploaded my birth certificate and passport. Would I be rejected visa because of false information? Do I reissue my passport and fill 1023 form.

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Because of my stupidity I uploaded my birth certificate and passport. Would I be rejected visa because of false information? Do I reissue my passport and fill 1023 form.
I am not sure, but heard that there is column against every upload where you can give explanation about the document. If it is so, you can simply give justification.

I do not think it is matter of worry. If they suspect anything, CO can always ask for justification or additional document.

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