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hello,

we sent the I-129F package yesterday !! :dance: hope that our process will go fast & smooth as for all of you!!

now we have a doubt about an issue

when my husband sent the I-130, he wrote the home address where he used to live and was living at the date of sending the I-130 (17th april).

a couple of weeks later (at the beginning of this month (May)), he moved to an other apartment in an other neighborhood. So, while filing out the I-129F package he provided the "new" apartment address.

now, we fear that this change of address will cause, in a way or an other, a problem somewhere in our visa process :(

our idea is that he'll call the USCIS in Texas (where he sent the I-130, to tell them about his "new" address of living)... i wonder if a simple call will be sufficiant?!! ... should he write a letter to USCIS? or fill a specific form?...etc

do you think that this two addresses may cause us a problem??? :unsure:

tell us what you think... we appreciate your help & suggestions


Married: August 2005

Enter USA: July 2007

Removing condition

5/13/09 : sent I-751 package to Vermont Center

check cashed : 5/22//09

NOA1 received : 5/26/09

Biometric Letter dated 5/29/09

Biometric Appointment: 6/25/09

touched: 6/26/09

9/30/09: got an email from USCIS. Production of the card has been ordered.

10/07/09: Got 10 years GC in mail

Apply for citizenship:....

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Your husband should call USCIS at 1-800-375-5283 and explain the change of address.


I-130 Timeline with USCIS:

It took 92 days for I-130 to get approved from the filing date

NVC Process of I-130:

It took 78 days to complete the NVC process

Interview Process at The U.S. Embassy

Interview took 223 days from the I-130 filing date. Immigrant Visa was issued right after the interview

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You're supposed to let the USCIS know if you move. He needs to let the USCIS that's processing his I-130 know about his new address. Use this link:

http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/howdoi/address.htm

and link to the form AR-11 that he needs to fill out & send in. It's a simple process & if he does it promptly there should be no problems. :thumbs:


CR-1:

14-Dec-05: Sent I-130 to London for DCF

28-Dec-05: Letter from Embassy denying due to LLR

17-Jan-06: RFE from TX due to "lack of payment"; USCIS won't accept credit card form from Embassy

01-Feb-06: Sent new I-130 to TX with personal check

13-Feb-06: NOA1

02-June-06: NOA2

05-June-06: Case received at NVC; case # assigned

26-June-06: DS-3032 Choice of Agent rec'd via snail mail

06-July-06: DS-3032 COA mailed; AOS bill mailed

24-July-06: IV bill generated

31-July-06: I-864 rec'd via snail mail; IV bill rec'd

31-Aug-06: IV bill mailed (delayed due to move to US)

21-Sep-06: DS-230 rec'd via snail mail

02-Oct-06: DS-230 & I-864 mailed

08-Nov-06: Case completed at NVC & forwarded to London Embassy!!!

28-Feb-07: Final Interview at London Embassy

01-Mar-07: Visa in hand!!!

Removal of Conditions:

16-Feb-09: I-751 sent to VSC

23-Feb-09: I-751 NOA1

10-Apr-09: Biometrics Appt

02-Sep-09: Approved - 10-yr Green Card Production Ordered

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Rebster,

He doesn't need to submit AR-11.

Yodrak

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and link to the form AR-11 that he needs to fill out & send in. It's a simple process & if he does it promptly there should be no problems. :thumbs:

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AR-11 form is for non-US citizens only.

In this case, Najia's husband should call USCIS at 1-800-375-5283 and let the USCIS know the new address.


I-130 Timeline with USCIS:

It took 92 days for I-130 to get approved from the filing date

NVC Process of I-130:

It took 78 days to complete the NVC process

Interview Process at The U.S. Embassy

Interview took 223 days from the I-130 filing date. Immigrant Visa was issued right after the interview

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thank you for your suggestions

Rebster, you told me that my husband should fill out the AR-11 to inform for his home address change... but i think this form is filled out only by alien residents... does he still need to fill it out even if he is a US Citizen now?

thanks again

yes, simple_male...that's what i think too.

so, in this case, he'll simply need to call them asap


Married: August 2005

Enter USA: July 2007

Removing condition

5/13/09 : sent I-751 package to Vermont Center

check cashed : 5/22//09

NOA1 received : 5/26/09

Biometric Letter dated 5/29/09

Biometric Appointment: 6/25/09

touched: 6/26/09

9/30/09: got an email from USCIS. Production of the card has been ordered.

10/07/09: Got 10 years GC in mail

Apply for citizenship:....

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