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My husband had to move out of his apartment and into a new one since his landlord is selling her house. We have received our NOA-1 and I'm wondering, do I need to call and update this?

I'm fretting about every little thing... wondering if I should be collecting other information. For some reason it seems that everyone reads the guides here and it makes perfect sense to them... I'm wondering if I need to be collecting military records, police certificates, etc....

Can anyone shed some light my way?

Thanks!


I'm a USC married to a french man who has been living in Canada for about 20 years.

March of 2005 -Met each other by chance in in Niagara Falls

April of 2005- after a ton of emails, arranged to meet in Montreal, now it's really getting exciting

May of 2005- tons of emails, he comes to visit Kentucky- we are so in love

In between visits to Toronto and KY, we go to Honduras, Montreal, Vancouver for vacations.

Sept 1, 2007 -Back and forth visits in between, IM and Skype, now we take the plunge and get married. We are so happy and my family and friends love him as much as I do!

March 25, 2008- Mailed out the I-130... finally!!!

April 4, 2008- Received the NOA1!!!

Sept. 2008 We went to Paris and the south of France (our 1st anniversary spent here) to visit my new family- with a quick peek at Spain. I love his mom and his son!

Just received a notice that we are moved to the CSC! I hear that is very good news! The date on the letter is Nov. 5.

Dec 16- Received our I-797C, Notice of Action Approval Notice with a Notice Date of Dec. 5 - super excited!

Called and told about change of address (in Canada) for beneficiary 12-22-08

Jan 11 2009 -Receipt of AOS Fee payment.

Feb 5- emailed DS-3032 and mailed the hard copy.

Feb 11- received confirmation email for DS-3032

March 29- 2009 Online payment of IV fee

Jan 11, 2010- husband spoke with NVC- still haven't received DS-230... she said since we paid online that we won't receive a package- just download forms- she sent him link to instructions via email.

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Filed: Country: India
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My husband had to move out of his apartment and into a new one since his landlord is selling her house. We have received our NOA-1 and I'm wondering, do I need to call and update this?

I'm fretting about every little thing... wondering if I should be collecting other information. For some reason it seems that everyone reads the guides here and it makes perfect sense to them... I'm wondering if I need to be collecting military records, police certificates, etc....

Can anyone shed some light my way?

Thanks!

Since you have received your NOA-1, you already have a receipt number. So you can USCIS Online Change of Address feature from USCIS's website. Go here: https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=coa

Read the Introduction section and you will see what information you need to do this change of address online. You can file AR-11 if you don't want to change address online. However, I would do it online because we all know how efficient they are dealing with papers.

CS


USCIS

2008-03-01: I-130 Sent

2008-03-10: I-130 NOA1

2008-08-11: NOA2 I-130 - APPROVED

NVC

2008-08-14: Package forwarded to NVC

2008-08-25: DS3032 Generated and AOS Bill Generated

2008-08-26: IIN Obtained

2008-08-26: COA Emailed

2008-08-27: Paid AOS Bill (online)

2008-08-29: AOS Bill status "PAID" on NVC website

2008-08-29: AOS Bill and DS3032 hardcopy arrived in mail

2008-09-13: Paid IV Bill (online)

2008-09-05: COA Accepted by NVC

2008-09-05: Mailed I-864

2008-09-17: IV Bill status "PAID" on NVC website

2008-09-23 : Mailed DS-230

2008-10-01 : Case Complete

2008-11-01 : Medical Exam

2008-11-06 : VFS Office visit

2008-11-20 : Interview ...APPROVED

2008-11-22: Visa in Hand

2008-12-12 : POE in Chicago

2009-01-03 : Received Welcome Letter

2009-01-30 : Received Social Security #

2009-01-12: Received Another Welcome Letter w/ GC

2009-01-12 : Received Green Card

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Filed: Country: Canada
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My husband had to move out of his apartment and into a new one since his landlord is selling her house. We have received our NOA-1 and I'm wondering, do I need to call and update this?

I'm fretting about every little thing... wondering if I should be collecting other information. For some reason it seems that everyone reads the guides here and it makes perfect sense to them... I'm wondering if I need to be collecting military records, police certificates, etc....

Can anyone shed some light my way?

Thanks!

Since you have received your NOA-1, you already have a receipt number. So you can USCIS Online Change of Address feature from USCIS's website. Go here: https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=coa

Read the Introduction section and you will see what information you need to do this change of address online. You can file AR-11 if you don't want to change address online. However, I would do it online because we all know how efficient they are dealing with papers.

CS

If I'm not mistaken, it looks as if the only address they are asking that I want to change, is MY address (the petitioner living here in the US). My husband is in Canada while we are filing for CR-1. Do they need his address change as well? :hehe:


I'm a USC married to a french man who has been living in Canada for about 20 years.

March of 2005 -Met each other by chance in in Niagara Falls

April of 2005- after a ton of emails, arranged to meet in Montreal, now it's really getting exciting

May of 2005- tons of emails, he comes to visit Kentucky- we are so in love

In between visits to Toronto and KY, we go to Honduras, Montreal, Vancouver for vacations.

Sept 1, 2007 -Back and forth visits in between, IM and Skype, now we take the plunge and get married. We are so happy and my family and friends love him as much as I do!

March 25, 2008- Mailed out the I-130... finally!!!

April 4, 2008- Received the NOA1!!!

Sept. 2008 We went to Paris and the south of France (our 1st anniversary spent here) to visit my new family- with a quick peek at Spain. I love his mom and his son!

Just received a notice that we are moved to the CSC! I hear that is very good news! The date on the letter is Nov. 5.

Dec 16- Received our I-797C, Notice of Action Approval Notice with a Notice Date of Dec. 5 - super excited!

Called and told about change of address (in Canada) for beneficiary 12-22-08

Jan 11 2009 -Receipt of AOS Fee payment.

Feb 5- emailed DS-3032 and mailed the hard copy.

Feb 11- received confirmation email for DS-3032

March 29- 2009 Online payment of IV fee

Jan 11, 2010- husband spoke with NVC- still haven't received DS-230... she said since we paid online that we won't receive a package- just download forms- she sent him link to instructions via email.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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If you go into it, it asks if you're the USC or not. Then it asks for the address.

On a side note, must be something in Canada since my husband's landlord is going to sell the house too lol. Hoping the buyers will keep him though.

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Filed: Country: India
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My husband had to move out of his apartment and into a new one since his landlord is selling her house. We have received our NOA-1 and I'm wondering, do I need to call and update this?

I'm fretting about every little thing... wondering if I should be collecting other information. For some reason it seems that everyone reads the guides here and it makes perfect sense to them... I'm wondering if I need to be collecting military records, police certificates, etc....

Can anyone shed some light my way?

Thanks!

Since you have received your NOA-1, you already have a receipt number. So you can USCIS Online Change of Address feature from USCIS's website. Go here: https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=coa

Read the Introduction section and you will see what information you need to do this change of address online. You can file AR-11 if you don't want to change address online. However, I would do it online because we all know how efficient they are dealing with papers.

CS

If I'm not mistaken, it looks as if the only address they are asking that I want to change, is MY address (the petitioner living here in the US). My husband is in Canada while we are filing for CR-1. Do they need his address change as well? :hehe:

hmmm... I am puzzelled now. I thought petitioner in US wants to change the address. But I don't know what to do if beneficiary in Canada wants to change the address.

any one else can help with this ????

CS


USCIS

2008-03-01: I-130 Sent

2008-03-10: I-130 NOA1

2008-08-11: NOA2 I-130 - APPROVED

NVC

2008-08-14: Package forwarded to NVC

2008-08-25: DS3032 Generated and AOS Bill Generated

2008-08-26: IIN Obtained

2008-08-26: COA Emailed

2008-08-27: Paid AOS Bill (online)

2008-08-29: AOS Bill status "PAID" on NVC website

2008-08-29: AOS Bill and DS3032 hardcopy arrived in mail

2008-09-13: Paid IV Bill (online)

2008-09-05: COA Accepted by NVC

2008-09-05: Mailed I-864

2008-09-17: IV Bill status "PAID" on NVC website

2008-09-23 : Mailed DS-230

2008-10-01 : Case Complete

2008-11-01 : Medical Exam

2008-11-06 : VFS Office visit

2008-11-20 : Interview ...APPROVED

2008-11-22: Visa in Hand

2008-12-12 : POE in Chicago

2009-01-03 : Received Welcome Letter

2009-01-30 : Received Social Security #

2009-01-12: Received Another Welcome Letter w/ GC

2009-01-12 : Received Green Card

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I am with the same case as you. My husband (in China) had moved after we just got our NOA1 and now we are still pending for NOA2. I've called USCIS a few times asking about this. They all told me that once our case got adjudicated, NVC will ask for the foreign address address and that's when we can put the new one. The rep told me at this time, USCIS doesn't care about the address oversea yet, it is the US citizen's that matter.

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