820 application might have made small mistake?

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820 application might have made small mistake?


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Old 10-15-2020, 09:30 PM
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820 application might have made small mistake?

Hey everyone,

We applied for my 820 visa 2 days ago. I just noticed in the section of "Give details of how and why the relationship ended:" for the sponsor's "Previous relationship details" ,I've written it in first person, instead of third person "he"
I've said "It ended amicably when we...."
It was because my husband was telling me what was his reason and I just wrote it like he said.

Do you think it's obvious that "we" doesn't refer to me since it's the sponsor's question. Or i should fill a 1023 form?

We've been together for 3 years and married for 9 months.

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Old 10-18-2020, 06:09 AM
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I wouldn't worry too much about it. You wrote the response in the section where they've asked for details of PREVIOUS relationship breakdown. So they should know what you meant. I realised I made a couple small errors in my 820 application as well (incorrect file names - nothing major), but didn't get around to correcting it and they granted my visa before I could go back and resubmit. I'd say they only look at the major pieces.


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