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CailínBainne

Need help with change of address for the K1 visa... please?

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Hi everyone!

Myself and my fiancé are having some difficulty locating exactly where to hand in notification that I have recently (within the last week) changed address. We received our 2nd Notice of Action about a month ago, and I really don't want to miss any correspondence. I've asked my old landlady to phone me in the event that I get anything at my old address, but she's very elderly and a bit forgetful so I don't really want to rely on her remembering.

My fiancé has tried phoning the TSC using contact information provided with the 2nd NOA, but he's just been forwarded to voicemail and hadn't received a response. I'm an Irish citizen currently living in the Netherlands, for what it's worth, and my fiancé is in Connecticut.

Has anyone dealt with this issue before? I would really appreciate any advice on how to effectively contact them and update them on my current address.

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After your NOA2 the next correspondence will come from the US consulate, I believe, stating that they received the paperwork from NVC and including instructions for the further process (pkg 3).

I recall PostNL moving fees are quite expensive.

I assume you will have your visa handled by the Amsterdam Consulate as you live in the Netherlands (you specified the consulate in the I-129f form)? You could write an email with a notification of address change to immigrantvisasAMS@state.gov. Provide the WAC number of the NOA2, or maybe even a scan of your NOA2, and ask for a confirmation that your address has been updated.

Also, just to be sure, you could phone your old landlady again when you should have received correspondence. For example, my US fiancé received the NOA2 March 24 in the US and I received pkg 3 on May 26 on my Dutch address.

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