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Hi everyone - I asked this a couple of days ago but didn't get much of a response. I moved back to the states from Turkey this past winter and was living at my dad's house when I filed the I-129F. I recently moved into my own apartment, but for convenience sake, my fiance and I kept my father's address as my address on all of our forms, as my father only lives 20 minutes away. His interview is next week, and I am wondering what he should say if/when they ask where I live?

We're a little worried and would appreciate some advice! Thanks!


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AOS Timeline:

- 06/30/2009: Filed for AOS/EAD/AP

- 07/02/2009: AOS packet received

- 07/08/2009: Check cashed

- 07/10/2009: Received all 3 NOA1s

- 07/14/2009: Received biometrics appt.

- 07/29/2009: Case transferred to CSC

- 08/01/2009: Advanced Parole Documents Issued

- 08/06/2009: Biometrics appointment completed

- 08/11/2009: EAD issued (received 8/14)

- 11/12/2009: AOS approved

- 11/20/2009: Green Card in hand!

* Complete timeline in profile under "Signature and Story"

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Hi everyone - I asked this a couple of days ago but didn't get much of a response. I moved back to the states from Turkey this past winter and was living at my dad's house when I filed the I-129F. I recently moved into my own apartment, but for convenience sake, my fiance and I kept my father's address as my address on all of our forms, as my father only lives 20 minutes away. His interview is next week, and I am wondering what he should say if/when they ask where I live?

We're a little worried and would appreciate some advice! Thanks!

Simply tell them your father's address you have on papers, you dont need to go in detail cause they dont inquire. I have the same situation i am mentioning the same address that i have on my paper work. cause if you start explaining it will give them a reason to delay or cause confusion.

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I was faced with a similar situation I put my home address on the I129-F by the time my fiance had his interview I had moved in with my parents and he ask me the same question. I told him to put the new address which was my parents. He was approved so I don't think it matters. Hope this helps

I was faced with a similar situation I put my home address on the I129-F by the time my fiance had his interview I had moved in with my parents and he ask me the same question. I told him to put the new address which was my parents. He was approved so I don't think it matters. Hope this helps

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Hi everyone - I asked this a couple of days ago but didn't get much of a response. I moved back to the states from Turkey this past winter and was living at my dad's house when I filed the I-129F. I recently moved into my own apartment, but for convenience sake, my fiance and I kept my father's address as my address on all of our forms, as my father only lives 20 minutes away. His interview is next week, and I am wondering what he should say if/when they ask where I live?

We're a little worried and would appreciate some advice! Thanks!

Easy one!

Submit a I- 865 change of address and if asked! Have him tell the truth.

Edited by Haole

K1 denied, K3/K4, CR-1/CR-2, AOS, ROC, Adoption, US citizenship and dual citizenship

!! ALL PAU!

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Hi everyone - I asked this a couple of days ago but didn't get much of a response. I moved back to the states from Turkey this past winter and was living at my dad's house when I filed the I-129F. I recently moved into my own apartment, but for convenience sake, my fiance and I kept my father's address as my address on all of our forms, as my father only lives 20 minutes away. His interview is next week, and I am wondering what he should say if/when they ask where I live?

We're a little worried and would appreciate some advice! Thanks!

Easy one!

Submit a I- 865 change of address and if asked! Have him tell the truth.

Great - should he just bring the I-865 with him to the interview? Or is that something I should submit here in the states?


shoes-1.jpg

tt3083899fltt.gif

AOS Timeline:

- 06/30/2009: Filed for AOS/EAD/AP

- 07/02/2009: AOS packet received

- 07/08/2009: Check cashed

- 07/10/2009: Received all 3 NOA1s

- 07/14/2009: Received biometrics appt.

- 07/29/2009: Case transferred to CSC

- 08/01/2009: Advanced Parole Documents Issued

- 08/06/2009: Biometrics appointment completed

- 08/11/2009: EAD issued (received 8/14)

- 11/12/2009: AOS approved

- 11/20/2009: Green Card in hand!

* Complete timeline in profile under "Signature and Story"

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Hi everyone - I asked this a couple of days ago but didn't get much of a response. I moved back to the states from Turkey this past winter and was living at my dad's house when I filed the I-129F. I recently moved into my own apartment, but for convenience sake, my fiance and I kept my father's address as my address on all of our forms, as my father only lives 20 minutes away. His interview is next week, and I am wondering what he should say if/when they ask where I live?

We're a little worried and would appreciate some advice! Thanks!

Easy one!

Submit a I- 865 change of address and if asked! Have him tell the truth.

Great - should he just bring the I-865 with him to the interview? Or is that something I should submit here in the states?

No you submit it as per instructions. I think a sponsor is supposed to do so within 30 days of moving.

http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-865.pdf


K1 denied, K3/K4, CR-1/CR-2, AOS, ROC, Adoption, US citizenship and dual citizenship

!! ALL PAU!

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