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My husband entered on a K1 visa. We married within 90 days. Due to the cost of the AOS we have had to delay filing for AOS which is after the expiration date of the I-94. We have recently moved. I will be filing form AR-11 (Change of Address) which I will be doing electronically.

I am taking a chance of possibly prompting the attention of USCIS to him being “out of status”, although not filing the AR-11 prior to sending his AOS would be much worst and could result in receiving a denial when we do file.

Has anyone been in the same situation? If so, what was your experience?

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My husband entered on a K1 visa. We married within 90 days. Due to the cost of the AOS we have had to delay filing for AOS which is after the expiration date of the I-94. We have recently moved. I will be filing form AR-11 (Change of Address) which I will be doing electronically.

I am taking a chance of possibly prompting the attention of USCIS to him being “out of statusâ€, although not filing the AR-11 prior to sending his AOS would be much worst and could result in receiving a denial when we do file.

Has anyone been in the same situation? If so, what was your experience?

You're fine (from what I read on here).

As long as you get married within the 90 days you can file for AOS anytime after that.

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Removing Conditions

07/31/2010 - Filed for Removal of Conditions (I-751)

08/02/2010 - ROC Packet received

08/03/2010 - NOA notice date for I-751

08/05/2010 - Check cashed

08/07/2010 - NOA received for I-751

08/13/2010 - Biometrics appointment letter received

09/01/2010 - Biometrics taken

09/01/2010 - Case status appears online

11/08/2010 - Card production ordered

11/13/2010 - I-751 Approval Letter received

11/19/2010 - Green Card received in the mail

Citizenship

08/01/2011 - Filed for Citizenship (N-400)

08/03/2011 - N400 Packet received

08/05/2011 - Received email/text confirming application receipt

08/08/2011 - Check cashed

08/09/2011 - Biometrics notice sent

08/12/2011 - NOA received for N400

08/12/2011 - Biometrics appointment letter received

08/29/2011 - Biometrics taken

08/31/2011 - Case Status Notification: Placed in line for interview scheduling

10/11/2011 - Received yellow letter

01/11/2012 - Interview letter sent

01/17/2012 - Interview letter received

02/16/2012 - Interview & received Oath letter

03/06/2012 - Oath ceremony

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My husband entered on a K1 visa. We married within 90 days. Due to the cost of the AOS we have had to delay filing for AOS which is after the expiration date of the I-94. We have recently moved. I will be filing form AR-11 (Change of Address) which I will be doing electronically.

I am taking a chance of possibly prompting the attention of USCIS to him being “out of statusâ€, although not filing the AR-11 prior to sending his AOS would be much worst and could result in receiving a denial when we do file.

Has anyone been in the same situation? If so, what was your experience?

You're fine (from what I read on here).

As long as you get married within the 90 days you can file for AOS anytime after that.

Right, and I would just use the new address on the AOS filing and skip the AR-11. We were thinking of moving during the process and didn't want to risk any problems. We just used an "in care of" address when we filed and that's now our official address as far as USCIS is concerned. I'm not sure we'll change it when we actually do move in July. It's in care of my daughter, so no problem really.


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My husband entered on a K1 visa. We married within 90 days. Due to the cost of the AOS we have had to delay filing for AOS which is after the expiration date of the I-94. We have recently moved. I will be filing form AR-11 (Change of Address) which I will be doing electronically.

I am taking a chance of possibly prompting the attention of USCIS to him being “out of statusâ€, although not filing the AR-11 prior to sending his AOS would be much worst and could result in receiving a denial when we do file.

Has anyone been in the same situation? If so, what was your experience?

You're fine (from what I read on here).

As long as you get married within the 90 days you can file for AOS anytime after that.

Right, and I would just use the new address on the AOS filing and skip the AR-11. We were thinking of moving during the process and didn't want to risk any problems. We just used an "in care of" address when we filed and that's now our official address as far as USCIS is concerned. I'm not sure we'll change it when we actually do move in July. It's in care of my daughter, so no problem really.

I read on the USCIS site that it is required to file the AR-11 within 10 days of moving. It said, "A willful failure to give written notice to the USCIS of a change of address within 10 days of the change is a misdemeanor crime." I won't be sending the AOS until the end of this month. Is it ok to do the change of address when I do the AOS?

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My husband entered on a K1 visa. We married within 90 days. Due to the cost of the AOS we have had to delay filing for AOS which is after the expiration date of the I-94. We have recently moved. I will be filing form AR-11 (Change of Address) which I will be doing electronically.

I am taking a chance of possibly prompting the attention of USCIS to him being “out of statusâ€, although not filing the AR-11 prior to sending his AOS would be much worst and could result in receiving a denial when we do file.

Has anyone been in the same situation? If so, what was your experience?

You're fine (from what I read on here).

As long as you get married within the 90 days you can file for AOS anytime after that.

Right, and I would just use the new address on the AOS filing and skip the AR-11. We were thinking of moving during the process and didn't want to risk any problems. We just used an "in care of" address when we filed and that's now our official address as far as USCIS is concerned. I'm not sure we'll change it when we actually do move in July. It's in care of my daughter, so no problem really.

I read on the USCIS site that it is required to file the AR-11 within 10 days of moving. It said, "A willful failure to give written notice to the USCIS of a change of address within 10 days of the change is a misdemeanor crime." I won't be sending the AOS until the end of this month. Is it ok to do the change of address when I do the AOS?

How does USCIS know when you changed addresses? Be as ####### as you wish.


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Understanding the big picture is priceless. Anonymous

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http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/606646-a-warning-to-green-card-holders-about-voting/

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My husband entered on a K1 visa. We married within 90 days. Due to the cost of the AOS we have had to delay filing for AOS which is after the expiration date of the I-94. We have recently moved. I will be filing form AR-11 (Change of Address) which I will be doing electronically.

I am taking a chance of possibly prompting the attention of USCIS to him being “out of statusâ€, although not filing the AR-11 prior to sending his AOS would be much worst and could result in receiving a denial when we do file.

Has anyone been in the same situation? If so, what was your experience?

You're fine (from what I read on here).

As long as you get married within the 90 days you can file for AOS anytime after that.

Right, and I would just use the new address on the AOS filing and skip the AR-11. We were thinking of moving during the process and didn't want to risk any problems. We just used an "in care of" address when we filed and that's now our official address as far as USCIS is concerned. I'm not sure we'll change it when we actually do move in July. It's in care of my daughter, so no problem really.

I read on the USCIS site that it is required to file the AR-11 within 10 days of moving. It said, "A willful failure to give written notice to the USCIS of a change of address within 10 days of the change is a misdemeanor crime." I won't be sending the AOS until the end of this month. Is it ok to do the change of address when I do the AOS?

How does USCIS know when you changed addresses?

Exactly


Removing Conditions

07/31/2010 - Filed for Removal of Conditions (I-751)

08/02/2010 - ROC Packet received

08/03/2010 - NOA notice date for I-751

08/05/2010 - Check cashed

08/07/2010 - NOA received for I-751

08/13/2010 - Biometrics appointment letter received

09/01/2010 - Biometrics taken

09/01/2010 - Case status appears online

11/08/2010 - Card production ordered

11/13/2010 - I-751 Approval Letter received

11/19/2010 - Green Card received in the mail

Citizenship

08/01/2011 - Filed for Citizenship (N-400)

08/03/2011 - N400 Packet received

08/05/2011 - Received email/text confirming application receipt

08/08/2011 - Check cashed

08/09/2011 - Biometrics notice sent

08/12/2011 - NOA received for N400

08/12/2011 - Biometrics appointment letter received

08/29/2011 - Biometrics taken

08/31/2011 - Case Status Notification: Placed in line for interview scheduling

10/11/2011 - Received yellow letter

01/11/2012 - Interview letter sent

01/17/2012 - Interview letter received

02/16/2012 - Interview & received Oath letter

03/06/2012 - Oath ceremony

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