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Hi my fiance and I am doing paper work for I-129F package.

[Our situation]

My fiance is US Marines. and he belong to California base. but now he is training in Virginia for 3 months ( until April 4 ).

We thought that his address not stedy, so we wrote his parents's address ( Florida ) with his parents name ( C/O ~).

but there is question, he wrote his California address as his the latest address for G-325. but he will send from Virginia. so California Service Center people will think wonder why he send from Virginia even his latest address is California.... To send from Virginia to California Service Center is big problem??

and also I have a question, he wrote his parent's address ( Florida ) for every place on papers except G-325 latest address. So, We should send to Service Center for residence in Florida ???

We wrote and glue our envelope. and he doesn't understand about K1 visa. so, we will send to California Service Center..... but he doesn't send yet.

HELP ME....

To send to California is good ??

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send it to the California office and include that information on your cover letter that will be passed on with your application.


I-129F mailed 12-17-2007

Received at CSC 12-18-2007

NOA1 December 19 2007

NOA2 April 30 2008

NVC sent packet to Manila May 12 2008

Interview set for June 18

Visa Denial, Contested & Approved

PDOS June 23

Flight to USA June 26

Arrival at DTW Visa accepted

Welcome to America!!!

Married 07/18/2008

Applied SS 07/22/09

Applied AOS around same time

Very happily married

EAD received Sept.

AP received Sept

No RFE's ...??

AOS Appointment 04-02-2009

AOS approved! Green card to be sent 3-6 weeks

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yes as long as all the information is clear about him being in the military and his parents receiving it instead of sending it to an unoccupied residance.

Good luck!


I-129F mailed 12-17-2007

Received at CSC 12-18-2007

NOA1 December 19 2007

NOA2 April 30 2008

NVC sent packet to Manila May 12 2008

Interview set for June 18

Visa Denial, Contested & Approved

PDOS June 23

Flight to USA June 26

Arrival at DTW Visa accepted

Welcome to America!!!

Married 07/18/2008

Applied SS 07/22/09

Applied AOS around same time

Very happily married

EAD received Sept.

AP received Sept

No RFE's ...??

AOS Appointment 04-02-2009

AOS approved! Green card to be sent 3-6 weeks

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Thanks.

He is Virginia now for training for Marines, and he will send from Virginia to CSC. Do you think CSC person think he is not California residence ? or CSC think he is california residence because he is belonging to the base in California?

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Thanks.

He is Virginia now for training for Marines, and he will send from Virginia to CSC. Do you think CSC person think he is not California residence ? or CSC think he is california residence because he is belonging to the base in California?

when i was in the army, my home, the address used for all things important, was always my parents. house. being in the military you are always subject to being moved at a moments notice. hopefully the USCIS as a part of the government will understand this


June 2006 Met on Myspace
Sep 21 2007 Proposed and she accepted
Dec 9 2007 Arrived in Manila
Dec 15 2007 Returned home, very sad day
Dec 21 2007 Sent Form I-129F to CSC
Dec 24 2007 Packet received at CSC
Dec 31 2007 NOA 1 received
Jan 02 2008 Check cashed
May 05 2008 NOA2
May 12 2008 Received letter from NVC MNL2008xxxxxx
May 19 2008 Paid Delbros fee at Metrobank
May 20 2008 First day of medical
May 21 2008 Told to return for sputum test
May 21 2008 Delbros confirmed receiving payment
May 27 2008 Delbros sent proof of payment to USEM
May 27,28,29 2008 Sputum test done
June 6 2008 Delbros sent doc ver request to the NSO
June 27 2008 NSO doc ver completed, to be picked up by USEM
July 1, 2008 Called USEM, doc ver is at the embassy
July 30, 2008 Passed the sputum test and finished the physical
Aug 5, 2008 Interview, PASSED received PINK SLIP
Aug 12 2008 VISA IN HAND!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you God
Aug 16,2008 Flight to US. Manila to Narita, to Chicago
Sept 8, 2008 Civil wedding
Feb 14, 2009 Big fancy wedding
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Use an address where the USC knows he will receive mail then look at the I-129 instructions, it tells you where to file based on that address.

Edited by jasman0717

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