I don't know if this is the right forum but I would love to get some help. Ron I saw some of your replies and if you read this please help me out. I applied for the citizenship, took my fingers prints etc. I noticed that the letter had my address but it said apt. 2 instead of 1 the same street just that I live in a second floor and I thought they misunderstood it. I read the form that I applied for the citizenship and it said apt. 2. I couldn't do anything since I had my interview appointment... so I decided to correct it at that time. But when the interview happened I was so nervous and happy that I passed it that I didn't correct that mistake I even put apt.2 on some papers there which I thought it was 2nd floor but it wasn't. It is the same address just a number wrong on the apt. I never lied about it and never wanted to put apt. 2 in fact I wanted to correct it. What do I do now? Will I get in trouble because of that? I'm really worry about this if someone could help me I will appreciate it.