I am an Indian citizen in the USA (Houghton, Michigan). I am on an F1 visa right now and had reapplied for a "renewal of passport". All the correct forms were submitted to the Indian Consulate of my jurisdiction (Chicago).
I received my new passport but the name of the town in which I reside has been misspelt as HOUGHRON and NOT HOUGHTON. The consulate put an "r" in the town's name where they should have had a "t".
Now is this going to be an issue for future travel? The embassy is unresponsive in this matter and I need to travel abroad (apply for a visa) soon.
I realize that to get anything changed on the "laminated pages of a passport" I would need to "reapply" for a passport. Is it really my best course of action or is the "current address" inconsequential that has been misspelt.
If I do plan on reapplying for a passport again, none of the forms that I fill out have any field or space to mention that this is as a result of a "change in address" type situation.
Is this my best course of action? What is suggested is this.