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Hello All,

I have a few question to ask you guys to help me.

My Fiancee just change her job and for me plan to move to new place.

Do I need to update my fiancee new job and my new address to USCIS? if does what kind of form to use?

Thanks


Our Journey:

I-129F Sent: March 6, 2008

I-129F NOA1: March 10, 2008

Touch: March 26, 2008

Touch: May 4, 2008

NOA2 Approved: May 5, 2008

Interview: 09/11/2008 Visa Approved

Visa Issue: 09/18/2008

Arrived to US: 10/25/2008

Got marry in Ga: 01/02/2009

I-485 mail and received 02/16/2009

I-485 Fingers print Appointment 03/18/2009

I-485 Interview appointment 07/28/2009

I-485 Approved.

Find out we soon to be a parent: July 21/2010

Baby Girl due date: April 27/2011

Baby Girl born: April 21/2011

I-751 filled

I-751 Received: June 17/2011

Bio metrics taken: July 21/2011

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REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS

08.01.2011 - I-751 SENT

08.05.2011 - Check cashed

08.08.2011- NOA Received

08.19.2011 - Biometrics Letter Received

09.12.2011 - Biometrics Appointment

01.27.2012 - CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED!!!

02.01.2012 - 10 year GC Received.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
Timeline
Are you the US Citizen?

Yes, I am


Our Journey:

I-129F Sent: March 6, 2008

I-129F NOA1: March 10, 2008

Touch: March 26, 2008

Touch: May 4, 2008

NOA2 Approved: May 5, 2008

Interview: 09/11/2008 Visa Approved

Visa Issue: 09/18/2008

Arrived to US: 10/25/2008

Got marry in Ga: 01/02/2009

I-485 mail and received 02/16/2009

I-485 Fingers print Appointment 03/18/2009

I-485 Interview appointment 07/28/2009

I-485 Approved.

Find out we soon to be a parent: July 21/2010

Baby Girl due date: April 27/2011

Baby Girl born: April 21/2011

I-751 filled

I-751 Received: June 17/2011

Bio metrics taken: July 21/2011

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REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS

08.01.2011 - I-751 SENT

08.05.2011 - Check cashed

08.08.2011- NOA Received

08.19.2011 - Biometrics Letter Received

09.12.2011 - Biometrics Appointment

01.27.2012 - CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED!!!

02.01.2012 - 10 year GC Received.

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I had a similar situation. I started a new job and moved after I filed my petition. I just called the USCIS to change my address. They informed me since my application was already approved and I was able to get my mail from my previous address still, they informed me I didn't need to report my address change with them unless I wanted the NOA2 re-delivered to the new address, which will take about 1 month for them to resend. So they just gave me the number to the NVC to change my address with them since they are now handling the process. I called the NVC and changed my address with them. It was a quick and easy process. A week later I got a letter in the mail stating they have forward my application to the embassy for further process.


Its all for LOVE..

K1-JOURNEY

06/07/07 - I-129F Mailed.

01/10/08 - NOA2 hard copy received

01/18/08 - NVC forward to BKK Embassy

02/12/08 - Police records obtained

03/01/08 - Mailed Packet 3 back via EMS mail.

04/02/08 - Packet 4 received

04/23/08 - Medical Exam.

06/03/08 - Interview PASSED!!

06/05/08 - Visa in hand

06/14/08 - POE SFO

08/14/08 - MARRIED

AOS-JOURNEY

11/17/08 - AOS Packet Mailed.

11/19/08 - Packet delivered.

12/01/08 - NOA received for EAD and AOS dated 11/26

01/06/09 - Placed SR for no Biometric.

01/10/09 - Biometric 01/23/09

02/23/09 - EAD card received

03/23/09 - AOS interview 04/22/09

04/22/09 - Interview AOS approved!

05/04/09 - GREEN CARD RECEIVED!

LOC-JOURNEY

01/26/11 - I-751 Mailed.

04/18/11 - GREEN CARD RECEIVED!

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I had a similar situation. I started a new job and moved after I filed my petition. I just called the USCIS to change my address. They informed me since my application was already approved and I was able to get my mail from my previous address still, they informed me I didn't need to report my address change with them unless I wanted the NOA2 re-delivered to the new address, which will take about 1 month for them to resend. So they just gave me the number to the NVC to change my address with them since they are now handling the process. I called the NVC and changed my address with them. It was a quick and easy process. A week later I got a letter in the mail stating they have forward my application to the embassy for further process.

when you talked to USCIS for the change of address, did they ask any proof or documentation? my case was transferred to CSC and hoping that i get my GC before my move by end of may but worst case scenario i would probably have to request for change of address. did you just give your new address over the phone and that's it? let me know. thanks.

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