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Will a change in my fiance's address slow down my case?

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My fiance moved to another condo within the last week and a half and I called USCIS to ask them how to change her information for the I129f application. The agent told me to write them a latter stating the new address along with a copy of my NOA1 and send it to TSC. I did so but failed to ask him if this would delay my case for any length of time. I wanted to hear from you veterans to get your opinion as to if this would delay the processing of my application in waiting for NOA2. Thanks.

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An easy way to do the change of address is going to


Login and click on your case number and on the bottom of the

page you find a link to change address. I started it on

Jun 29 and today we had the writen conformation in the mail.

It seems to have no influence on the processing time.

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