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I-129F: Alien Fiance(e)'s Mailing Address

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My USC fiance and I are currently finalizing our I-129F packet for submission. We have planned to mail out our packet on 1 February 2017 because he's visiting next week and we need some time to prep this visit's meeting evidences to be incorporated into the packet. However, I need some advice on the I-129F's Part 2. Information About Your Alien Fiance(e) Item 3. Alien Fiance(e)'s Mailing Address. 

 

At the moment, I am renting and my lease is up in October 2017 and the lease renewal is upon the landlord's discretion with me having zero say in it. That aside, I am might be quitting my current job. For both of those reasons, I am not 100% sure which address I should use as my mailing address. My work address is usually perfect for any mailing purposes if I wasn't already planning to leave the company.

 

My questions are:

 

1) Can the mailing address that was listed in our I-129F form be updated in the future while our submission is still with USCIS pending review and approval/rejection?

2) If yes, would it be correct to say that my USC fiance should be the one contacting USCIS to update them?

3) How do we go about contacting USCIS to update the change in my mailing address?

 

Any input is much appreciated. Thank you in advance. And btw, Happy New Year! :D

 

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Sorry, I confused myself. 

 

I don't think the foreign address is as important. Go with your current address on the i-129f and then use your new address if you've moved by the time you fill out the DS-160.

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9 minutes ago, KULtoATL said:

Scandi I think my address is quite important because they would need to send me a packet for my fulfilment (if our I-129F was approved) before I go to the embassy for K-1 :D 

Okay, I don't know how it works in your country, sorry. =/ The i129f wouldn't be an issue for me for example, as the embassy doesn't send me anything via regular mail before I fill out the DS160 anyway, so on the DS160 it would be important. 

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Just now, Scandi said:

Okay, I don't know how it works in your country, sorry. =/ The i129f wouldn't be an issue for me for example, as the embassy doesn't send me anything via regular mail before I fill out the DS160 anyway, so on the DS160 it would be important. 

RE: the bolded part. Oh I better go and look things up again to confirm that no packet would be sent to me before I fill out the DS-160. I might have misunderstood the sequence of events. Thank you for the input though ;)

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