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Birthdate wrong on passport...

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I got a new passport a few months back and only just noticed that my birthdate is off by a digit (the day - it says 17 and should be 07). US Passport Agency tells me that the passport will need to be reissued and I'll get a new number. Which, normally, would have been ok, but I've used that number in various places.

Just wanted to find out if anyone knows if there are any consequences of travelling with a passport with a wrong birthdate. Will anyone stop me from boarding a flight or re-entering the US because of it? If it can wait, I'm thinking I'll get it changed when it's up for renewal.

Thanks!

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