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After we sent our peititon in... my fiance moved. Now our petition has been approved and is at the comsulate in Casablanca. So they do not have an updated form, paper, G-325 with his current address on that. I wonder when he goes to his interview if it will be an issue. When he does go to his interview in December, should he provide an updated G-325 bio form? Or just advice them of the change of information. I dont want any issues to make this take any longer. Thanks!

“You cannot enter heaven until you believe, and you will not truly believe until you (truly) love one another.” [Muslim, Al-Iman (Faith); 93]

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jordan
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After we sent our peititon in... my fiance moved. Now our petition has been approved and is at the comsulate in Casablanca. So they do not have an updated form, paper, G-325 with his current address on that. I wonder when he goes to his interview if it will be an issue. When he does go to his interview in December, should he provide an updated G-325 bio form? Or just advice them of the change of information. I dont want any issues to make this take any longer. Thanks!

You need to notify the consulate now. Immigration is supposed to be notified within 10 days of a move. Email the embassy and ask them how they want to be notified of an address change. I know that in Jordan, I had to email the embassy. Also call USCIS.

Waiting.....Waiting....waiting....waiting....and more waiting..........

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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After we sent our peititon in... my fiance moved. Now our petition has been approved and is at the comsulate in Casablanca. So they do not have an updated form, paper, G-325 with his current address on that. I wonder when he goes to his interview if it will be an issue. When he does go to his interview in December, should he provide an updated G-325 bio form? Or just advice them of the change of information. I dont want any issues to make this take any longer. Thanks!

You need to notify the consulate now. Immigration is supposed to be notified within 10 days of a move. Email the embassy and ask them how they want to be notified of an address change. I know that in Jordan, I had to email the embassy. Also call USCIS.

OMG Im panicking! How big of an issue is this? Can they use this to deny the visa? Im thinking of emailing Casablanca now to ask to update this.

“You cannot enter heaven until you believe, and you will not truly believe until you (truly) love one another.” [Muslim, Al-Iman (Faith); 93]

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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BUMP! :wacko:

1. Can they use this to deny the visa?

2. Also... on the list of forms they asked my fiance to provide and bring with him to the interview are: 1. Original Marriage Certificate and... 2. Original Divorce Certificate. Are they request those document for him in case he was every married before??? Or, are they requesting 'my' original marriage and divorce certificates??? Im leaning towards that they meant if 'if applicable' but not sure... thought?

Im going to change my user name to "thethreadkiller'... bc everytime I type back on a thread it dies! :crying:

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“You cannot enter heaven until you believe, and you will not truly believe until you (truly) love one another.” [Muslim, Al-Iman (Faith); 93]

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You could call them and ask them to clarify what they meant, or e-mail them. Or you could just send that stuff to your SO in order for him to be prepared to provide anything they ask.

I don't think they could deny it because of that, but it's also something that should have been done. I would call or e-mail them ASAP to get this updated.

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I don't think they will deny because of this, but you need to get it taken care of it. Just do it As soon as you can.

Waiting.....Waiting....waiting....waiting....and more waiting..........

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