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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Russia
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hello there everyone!

First off, happy Holidays!

My fiance sent a I-129F while i was in Russia, my country of origin. We've been waiting for NOA2 fo several months now and it seems that i'll be moving to another country soon...What is the best way not to extend our waiting time? Should i keep quiete or wait for the embassy/interview stage and ask them to send everyhting over to the place i will be at the moment?

Many thanks in advance!

cheers

Sasha

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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You can move to another country, but will have to return to Russia to interview for the K-1 visa.

The packets will be sent from the Embassy in Russia to your Russian address, listed on the I-129F petition, wait until the case gets to the Embassy, and then inform them of new address.

Please update your profile, your country is Russia NOT N/A, you filed for K-1, not N/A.

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Filed: Other Country: China
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You can move to another country, but will have to return to Russia to interview for the K-1 visa.

The packets will be sent from the Embassy in Russia to your Russian address, listed on the I-129F petition, wait until the case gets to the Embassy, and then inform them of new address.

Please update your profile, your country is Russia NOT N/A, you filed for K-1, not N/A.

:time:http://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?id=43158

The step missing from the above is that since the Consulate will mail to an address in Russia, you will need to have that mail received by an individual who re-sends it on to you in any other country, unless it is a country routinely serviced by that Consulate. That's the clean and easy way, if it can be done.

You must interview for K1 in your country of legal residence or citizenship. You cannot do so in a country where you live temporarily.


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