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US citizen applied for single brother who is now married

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Hello,

I am a US citizen and applied for my brother who was in India couple years ago. His petition is now approved. My concern is that my brother is now married and he is no longer in India. He has moved legally to Canada.

There is no body at the address where my brother used to live. So, how do I now tell INS that my brother's address has changed and also that he now has a family?

Thanks

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Jamaica
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Hello,

I am a US citizen and applied for my brother who was in India couple years ago. His petition is now approved. My concern is that my brother is now married and he is no longer in India. He has moved legally to Canada.

There is no body at the address where my brother used to live. So, how do I now tell INS that my brother's address has changed and also that he now has a family?

Thanks

You can contact NVC with the new info re address, and family status


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Filed: Country: Vietnam (no flag)
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Hello,

I am a US citizen and applied for my brother who was in India couple years ago. His petition is now approved. My concern is that my brother is now married and he is no longer in India. He has moved legally to Canada.

There is no body at the address where my brother used to live. So, how do I now tell INS that my brother's address has changed and also that he now has a family?

Thanks

You can contact NVC with the new info re address, and family status

Exactly. Google "contacting NVC." The petition for your brother has been approved by USCIS (formerly INS) and is not awaiting for an available visa at the NVC.

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