So, after 7 long years, it is time for my to go back to the states along with my fiance, with whom i've been with for 5 years.
Looking at this form brought up so many questions, and searching for information hasn't really brought up enough answers.
so, regarding the i-129f:
1. we are planning to live in Chicago, a city neither of us have been to, but i do have a job opportunity there. i plan on staying with a friend or her sister for a week or 2 while searching for an apartment. should i just put her apartment? or would it be better to use my parents address (because it is stable?) in texas, even though i have zero plans on staying there?
2. mailing: i can't file from here in south korea, but i can send home to texas and my parents can forward it to Dallas, right?
3. evidence: I've been working here in korea as a teacher and my partner's apartment is about 15 minutes from my home. We literally see each other everyday. My alien registration card has my name, photo and address on it. I feel like this is the most solid documented evidence that we've met in the past 2 years, but should I include a map as well? We will go on and submit letters, photos, texts etc to each other as well!
4. FINALLY the biggest concern: Evidence to support my spouse! This has brought up so much anxiety. He just graduated college, and while his family is going to be helping him out a bit, he doesn't have anything directly in his name. As for my, i have my pension which has been collecting money for the last 7 years. It is a nice egg, and while it is mine, it does not appear in a bank account. I can request an official form with the amount which is saved up in there, as well as my job HERE in South Korea.
Thanks for the help!