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K1 and a change of address ?

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Hi

I am about to be moving to a larger place on February 28th, but I would like to start the K1 process for me and my girlfriend as soon as possible due to the amount of time the whole thing takes.

My question is, if I start it now, then move in about 2 months, will my change of address cause any delays or have any adverse effects on the whole process ? Am I better off just waiting until after I move ? Or perhaps it is irrelevant to the whole proceeding ?

Thanks

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It will be better off to file your paperwork and later on when you settled in then do Change of Address. If you wait 2 more months to start your paperwork, do you know how many people file in the USCIS between now and 2 months later? It will only delay you documnents longer... GOODLUCK!


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