These kinds of things happen. It's part of the process. It was an honest mistake. It is what it is. I know these things...but I still feel sad.
I contacted USCIS about the mistake in the approval letter and they sited page 11 in our home study. Sure enough there is the mistake right there! I looked back at the email I sent to our case worker when our home study was done (I caught more than a dozen mistakes that had to be corrected before finalizing our home study). One of the mistakes was that our home study read 0-12 months at time of referral in that part and that needed to be changed to 0-18 months. When he went in to fix it he must have just not deleted the 2 when he made it 18 months (so it reads 128 months officially).
Now USCIS is saying that since it wasn't their error that we have to submit a supplement 3 form with a fee of $360 to send in a new home study and then wait to have a new approval processed. AND before we can even do that we'll have to have the home study updated and signed by a case worker that no longer even works for our agency and then notarized. AND I'll have to have the state authenticated copy redone (take it down to the state capital and pay to have it re-certified). AND we'll have to have that page sent back to our translator to have it corrected on the French version of our home study.
I can't decide if I'm more upset about the additional cost, the additional time we'll have to wait before submitting to Haiti, or the additional paperwork I have to do in order to get this corrected.
I think I just need a hug.