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Hi guys how you all doing? This is about DS-230 questions 10 and 11.

10. Permanent address in the United States where you intend to live, if

known (street address including ZIP code). Include the name of a person

who currently lives there.

11. Address in the United States where you want your Permanent

Resident Card (Green Card) mailed, if different from address in item #10

(include the name of a person who currently lives there).

Can I put my mother’s name and my mother’s address in California, when my fiancee arrives in the US, I will be going to California from washington and get married.

Thank you guys…

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Hi guys how you all doing? This is about DS-230 questions 10 and 11.

10. Permanent address in the United States where you intend to live, if

known (street address including ZIP code). Include the name of a person

who currently lives there.

11. Address in the United States where you want your Permanent

Resident Card (Green Card) mailed, if different from address in item #10

(include the name of a person who currently lives there).

Can I put my mother's name and my mother's address in California, when my fiancee arrives in the US, I will be going to California from washington and get married.

Thank you guys…

Will your mother's address be the permanent address of both of you? You should list here the address where you two will be residing, normally this is the permanent residence address of the USC.


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i own the house but i work in washington and staying in apartment with my co-workers and the apartment is too small for us. after getting married my fiancee will be relocating with me in washington and i dont know the address yet. and im sure when i get back to washington there will be no more space for me in that apartment.

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I suppose you can put your mother's address for now, and when you buy a house or so for your own, you can just file that other documents about changing the address (I'm not sure what it's called) me and my fiancé are going to do that because we want to live in a different state later on.

Check this link:

https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=coa

I hope I helped.


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Hi guys how you all doing? This is about DS-230 questions 10 and 11.

10. Permanent address in the United States where you intend to live, if

known (street address including ZIP code). Include the name of a person

who currently lives there.

11. Address in the United States where you want your Permanent

Resident Card (Green Card) mailed, if different from address in item #10

(include the name of a person who currently lives there).

Can I put my mother’s name and my mother’s address in California, when my fiancee arrives in the US, I will be going to California from washington and get married.

Thank you guys…

The part of your post I made bigger is the key to 10, so write "To Be Determined after Marriage". Sure, use your mother's name and address for 11.


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