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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Question: 14. Address in the United States where your fiancé(e) intends to live

Well he will be living in the barracks at Fort Drum cause he is not married, when he is married he get's housing. How do I answer that? We have no idea, we can only get a place once we're married.


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07/09/2014 sent in IR-1 packet to Chicago Lockbox

07/16/2014 NOA1

07/17/2014 check cashed by USCIS

10/01/2014 found out we are expecting baby #2 June 2015!

12/15/2014 NOA2

12/30/2014 Case received by NVC

03/23/2015 Received Case and Inv # from NVC after many calls and bogus excuses.

03/24/2015 AOS payment accepted by NVC

04/09/2015 IV payment finally accepted by NVC after the set the wrong fee and took weeks to correct it.

*many more delays thanks to the agency processing my fingers prints to the RCMP and the post office losing our mail*

05/20/2015 Packet sent to NVC via UPS, eta May 28.

06/16/2015 Baby #2 due - homebirth in Scottsdale, AZ

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"TBD" (you can expand the answer on a separate sheet explaining the situation, ie Military housing)


My Advice is usually based on "Worst Case Scenario" and what is written in the rules/laws/instructions. That is the way I roll... -Protect your Status - file before your I-94 expires.

WARNING: Phrases in this post may sound meaner than they were intended to be. Read the Adjudicator's Field Manual from USCIS

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Ours was a little weird too. I put his parents address (where he was living during the K-1 process) on the forms, but knowing he'd be getting his own place just before I moved there. You can update the address at POE (so long as you don't get a lazy CBP like I did, who doesn't want to bother with it....). They will want to know where to mail stuff to him though, like the NOA2...

I would suggest the address in the barracks. After you get married, you can put the new address on the AOS forms, or if necessary, submit the form needed to update your address at that time (I forget right now which one that is).

Edited by ashenflowers

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ROC Timeline:
May 23, 2012 - Mailed I-751
January 7, 2013 - RFE Received
March 26, 2013 - RFE Response Sent
April 11, 2013 - ROC APPROVED

June 8th, 2013 - 10 yr GC Received (FINALLY)

AOS Timeline:
March 23, 2010 - Mailed I-485 (AOS), I-131 (AP), I-765 (EAD)
June 7, 2010 - AP received
June 12, 2010 - EAD received
August 27, 2010 - 2 yr Green Card Received!


K-1 Timeline:
April 22, 2009 - I-129F Sent
November 20, 2009 - Interview in Montreal - Approved!
January 3, 2010 - POE (Ambassador Bridge)
January 20, 2010 - Wedding

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Agree with Bobby+Umit

I would use an extra sheet to explain the answer and put the fort drum address he is currently going to be at so that the mail still gets to him. They will need a place to send all the papers he gets before its your turn to get papers. The USCIS is familiar with these things too. :thumbs:

Edit - also you can change your address online and by mailing in a form when you guys move too. Forms and stuff are on the USCIS website. We had to do that when we moved out of base housing.

Edited by Inky

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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

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The only reason I was leery to suggest TBD with a supplemental sheet (I had it there, then thought about it and edited my original post, lol) is that like Inky and I mentioned, they will need to know where to send NOA2s and such. Like Inky said as well, they are familiar with the situation of military personnel, and probably realize the address will change after marriage.


For details visit My Timeline or Profile

ROC Timeline:
May 23, 2012 - Mailed I-751
January 7, 2013 - RFE Received
March 26, 2013 - RFE Response Sent
April 11, 2013 - ROC APPROVED

June 8th, 2013 - 10 yr GC Received (FINALLY)

AOS Timeline:
March 23, 2010 - Mailed I-485 (AOS), I-131 (AP), I-765 (EAD)
June 7, 2010 - AP received
June 12, 2010 - EAD received
August 27, 2010 - 2 yr Green Card Received!


K-1 Timeline:
April 22, 2009 - I-129F Sent
November 20, 2009 - Interview in Montreal - Approved!
January 3, 2010 - POE (Ambassador Bridge)
January 20, 2010 - Wedding

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Thanks guys! We're going to put his barrack info and a note to see supplemental form... on which it will clarify once we can get married we will receive housing (since I am not allowed to obv stay in the barracks)


See profile for our K-1 Visa/AOS story from 2010-2011Apparently we love USCIS/NVC so much we left and are doing it again! This time giving IR-1 a whirl. Rock on immigrators.

07/09/2014 sent in IR-1 packet to Chicago Lockbox

07/16/2014 NOA1

07/17/2014 check cashed by USCIS

10/01/2014 found out we are expecting baby #2 June 2015!

12/15/2014 NOA2

12/30/2014 Case received by NVC

03/23/2015 Received Case and Inv # from NVC after many calls and bogus excuses.

03/24/2015 AOS payment accepted by NVC

04/09/2015 IV payment finally accepted by NVC after the set the wrong fee and took weeks to correct it.

*many more delays thanks to the agency processing my fingers prints to the RCMP and the post office losing our mail*

05/20/2015 Packet sent to NVC via UPS, eta May 28.

06/16/2015 Baby #2 due - homebirth in Scottsdale, AZ

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The only reason I was leery to suggest TBD with a supplemental sheet (I had it there, then thought about it and edited my original post, lol) is that like Inky and I mentioned, they will need to know where to send NOA2s and such. Like Inky said as well, they are familiar with the situation of military personnel, and probably realize the address will change after marriage.

USCIS isn't going to send the beneficiary anything - the address is (it seems) for informational purposes only. It is probably quite common (military or not) that the address listed on the I-129f ends up changing once the happy couple are reunited. But anywho.. :star:

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USCIS isn't going to send the beneficiary anything - the address is (it seems) for informational purposes only. It is probably quite common (military or not) that the address listed on the I-129f ends up changing once the happy couple are reunited. But anywho.. :star:

Her husband is the petitioner I thought... (unless I understood that situation wrong?)... wait... I think I did. Now I'm confused. :P

By "Address in the United States where your fiancé(e) intends to live" you mean where YOU intend to live after moving to the US Tater, and not where your husband is living? Ok sorry... duh, it's been too long since I filled out the 129 F then, and I wasn't thinking from the right perspective... yeah that question doesn't matter as much. Ignore me. :lol:

Edited by ashenflowers

For details visit My Timeline or Profile

ROC Timeline:
May 23, 2012 - Mailed I-751
January 7, 2013 - RFE Received
March 26, 2013 - RFE Response Sent
April 11, 2013 - ROC APPROVED

June 8th, 2013 - 10 yr GC Received (FINALLY)

AOS Timeline:
March 23, 2010 - Mailed I-485 (AOS), I-131 (AP), I-765 (EAD)
June 7, 2010 - AP received
June 12, 2010 - EAD received
August 27, 2010 - 2 yr Green Card Received!


K-1 Timeline:
April 22, 2009 - I-129F Sent
November 20, 2009 - Interview in Montreal - Approved!
January 3, 2010 - POE (Ambassador Bridge)
January 20, 2010 - Wedding

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My fiance is living on Barracks, and our I-129 was approved. We added a letter:

I-129F Supplement: Part B, Question 14, explanation of Fiancée’s United States intended residence

Dear Sir or Madam:

I, [his name], petitioner, am in the United States Marine Corps residing on military base, which is stationed in Beaufort, South Carolina. [My Name] and I intend to rent residence off base or be provided military housing upon her approved arrival to the United States.


-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

Kenyth & Maggie

VSC:

I-129F Sent - Sep. 11th, 2009

I-129F Received - Sep. 15th, 2009

NOA1 - Sep. 20th, 2009

NOA2 Email - Oct. 22nd, 2009

NVC Received - Oct. 27th 2009

NVC Sent to Consulate - Oct. 27th, 2009

Consulate Received - Oct. 29th, 2009

NOA2 Hardcopy - Oct. 30th, 2009

NVC Letter Received - Nov. 09, 2009

Montreal Sent Packet 3 - Nov. 09, 2009

Packet 3 Received: Nov. 16, 2009

Packet 3 Sent: Dec. 01, 2009

Packet 3 Received by Montreal: Dec. 09, 2009

Received Interview Date from DOS: January 25th, 2010

Packet 4 Received: Feb. 1st, 2010

Trip to Montreal: March 31, 2010

Medical: April 1st, 2010 (Medisys)

Medical: APPROVED - April 6th, 2010

Interview Date: April 8th, 2010

Interview: APPROVED

Visa Received: April 15, 2010

POE - Maine: April 18,2010

Wedding: April 25th, 2010

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

AOS Process

Date Filed AOS & EAD: December 16, 2010

NOA Date AOS & EAD: December 21, 2010

Bio. Appt.: January 20, 2011 (Indiana)

AOS Transfer to CSC: January 24, 2011

Approval EAD: February 15, 2011

Approval AOS: February 22, 2011

EAD Received: February 25, 2011

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