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INTERVIEW INFO: informing CO about changing address

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Hi, I am 22 before my interview date, and we all can imagine how excited I am to be back in US with my husband.

So, Kevin, my husband is also very excited, and after living 5 years in the same house, we decided to move to a bigger one before my arrival. So, he moved out last week.

My question is, how would I mention this to the CO during interview withoug sounding negative or to much explannation... to who should I inform that update and when would I do that, right in the middle of interview, after arriving in US....

Thanks in advance.

Aryadne


Met first time: 07/23/2003 in Rio de Janeiro (1 week having fun!)

Dating: july 03 to dec 2003

Engage: jan 2004 to jun 2007

Ary living in US: 2004-2005

Jun 2007 - wedding planns back!

oct 2007 - legal marriage

nov 2007 - wedding party with our whole family

Ary graduates: dec 2007

Visa Journey 2008

April 5th: I130 sent

April 15th: NOA1

MAY: HONEY MOON IN CABO SAN LUCAS MX

JUl: NOA2

Aug: Packet 3 documents gather in BR and US and medical test done

AUg: paied fees I-864 and IV Bill

Oct: Packet 3 sent

Nov: RFE

Nov: NVC case completed

INTERVIEW: JANUARY 9th = APPROVED!

Visa Delivered: JANUARY 14TH ( 3 working days after interview)

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Zambia
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The petitioner, i.e., your husband, should notify USCIS of his address change. If you want, you can mention that he has submitted the address change to the consular officer.

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