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Filing for AOS while on B1/B2. What is my "home address"?

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Hi,

can anyone help me with the following: I am on B2 visitor visa preparing application for AOS based on marriage. In form I-693 Part 1, i am ask for home address. Is that the address in my country ( where i have residency) or is that address where i currently live in the U.S?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Russia
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You came in on a B-2 and now are filing for AOS? Some people don't have any problems with this, but some people have major problems. Be prepared for a bit of a wait if you throw up any red flags.

To answer your question, the address they are looking for is the address of where you're living right now.


February 2008: Met while in Thailand

March 2008: Traveled to Russia to see her

May 2008: Traveled to Russia to see her

June 2008: Joint vacation to Italy

July 2008: Applied for and received B-2 tourist visa

August 2008: She comes to U.S. on B-2/ I proposed

October 2008: Traveled to Russia to see her and meet family

November 11, 2008: Filed for K-1, California Service Center

November 19, 2008: I-797 NOA1 received

December 2008: Went back to see her again

January 21, 2009: NOA2 received

January 29, 2009: Notice file sent to Embassy received

February 4, 2009: She comes to U.S. on B-2 for vacation in Hawaii

March 2, 2009: She receives notice of interview date and time

April 7, 2009: Interview in Moscow - Approved!

May 29, 2009: She arrives!

June 15, 2009: Applied for SS card

June 19, 2009: SS card received

August 14, 2009: Got married in Florida

Sept. 15, 2009: Sent AOS packet with I-485, I-765, and I-131

Sept. 22, 2009: Notice package received

Oct. 23, 2009: Notice received that I-485 had been transferred to CSC

Oct. 23, 2009: Notice received that application for travel (I-131) had been approved

Oct. 28, 2009: Advanced parole documents received

Nov. 20, 2009: Biometrics appointment received

Dec. 3, 2009: Biometrics Appointment

Dec. 29, 2009: Green Card and EAD approved and cards ordered (a little late on the EAD, but we'll take it)

Jan. 5, 2010: Green Card received

September 1, 2011: Filed I-751 for removal of conditions

April 2, 2012: Removal of conditions approved w/o interview, 10 year GC in the mail!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Pakistan
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Hi,

can anyone help me with the following: I am on B2 visitor visa preparing application for AOS based on marriage. In form I-693 Part 1, i am ask for home address. Is that the address in my country ( where i have residency) or is that address where i currently live in the U.S?

Your address in the USA. Good Luck.


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