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Amending info on I-129F and G-325A after submission

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Quick question: Is there any special procedure or form that needs followed to amend an application after it's been filed? Or will a letter, detailing the changes, be sufficient? These aren't substantive changes, just changes demanded by the slow march of life. Going back for a visit in November, taking a different job in a few weeks, and my fiancee and her family are moving.

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It is very difficult, if not impossible, to change a submission with USCIS. Wait until you are approved, then change it at the National Visa Center (NVC).

The changes you have outlined will not make that much difference, at this stage.

Quick question: Is there any special procedure or form that needs followed to amend an application after it's been filed? Or will a letter, detailing the changes, be sufficient? These aren't substantive changes, just changes demanded by the slow march of life. Going back for a visit in November, taking a different job in a few weeks, and my fiancee and her family are moving.

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Quick question: Is there any special procedure or form that needs followed to amend an application after it's been filed? Or will a letter, detailing the changes, be sufficient? These aren't substantive changes, just changes demanded by the slow march of life. Going back for a visit in November, taking a different job in a few weeks, and my fiancee and her family are moving.

There is no procedure. Any changes/additions will have to wait for an RFE if the USCIS requires more information. You will have a chance to make corrections at the cosulate during the interview.

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somnibaulist,

If and when your address changes, call the NCSC to notify them of the change so that anything mailed to you will get to where you are. Followup the call with a letter to the USCIS facility handling your case as backup to the notoriously unreliable NCSC.

If and when your beneficiary's address changes, notify the consulate when you receive notice from the NVC that they have your approved petition and are forwarding it to the consulate.

Other than that, there's no need to submit updated information until the next submission.

Yodrak

Quick question: Is there any special procedure or form that needs followed to amend an application after it's been filed? Or will a letter, detailing the changes, be sufficient? These aren't substantive changes, just changes demanded by the slow march of life. Going back for a visit in November, taking a different job in a few weeks, and my fiancee and her family are moving.
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I actually made a mistake by only including 1 pg of the G325A instead of all 4. I had to wait all this time for the RFE. Any changes/additions will have to wait for an RFE to be mailed and then you will send it back with the RFE form.

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