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Hi again,

I have a question regarding address changes. I will be moving at the end of August. On all of the paperwork we have filled out, my fiancee and I have indicated my current address because this will be my place of residence when she actually receives her visa. However, by the time she actually comes over to the US, I will be at my new address and this will then also be her address. Should she indicate this during the interview stage? Should we fill in my current address or my future address on the packet 3 forms?

I apologize for asking so many questions of late. Thanks again.

-Oddball

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Yes, indicate new address on form DS-156, DS-157 as well as DS-230. And when entering the USA indicate this on form I-94

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Thanks YuandDan,

Will I need to indicate this change of address anywhere else, ie, with USCIS or NVC, or just on the consulate paperwork?

I appreciate your help.

-Oddball

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Thanks YuandDan,

Will I need to indicate this change of address anywhere else, ie, with USCIS or NVC, or just on the consulate paperwork?

I appreciate your help.

-Oddball

Nope :no: you don't need to inform any one of your change of address, as long as you have NOA2.

OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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Hi

We are in a similar situation - my fiancée has to move out of her apartment by the end of June; I am about to send back Packet 3 today, so chances are by the time I get out to the US, the address will be different. The problem is, we don't yet know what the new address will be as she has just started looking at new places.

Any ideas what we put as our address in this situation?!?

- Martin


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Married: 2008-08-23

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