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K-1 -- address question

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Hello, I have question regarding k-1 process.

We have sent K-1 application to CSC based on last place that my fiancee lived(Michigan), now Chris got new job in Virginia Beach, VA and even though he already works there he doesn't have address yet, he is staying in the hotel. What should we do in that case? USCIS website states to inform them about address change asap, but he doesn't have living address yet? other thing Virginia is under Vermont SC does it mean that CSC will transfer our case to VSC when we will change address? will that slow the process?


K1 visa:

2007-05-20: Met

2010-03-14: Engaged

2010-04-12: Mailed I-129F to CSC

2010-04-14: Received by CSC

2009-04-15: NOA1 mailed

2010-04-22: NOA1 Hard copy delivered

2010-06-22: Touched

2010-06-23: Touched

2010-06-25: Touched

2010-06-25: APPROVED -NOA2 mailed

2010-07-02: left NVC

2010-07-06: Embassy received

2010-07-09: packet 3 received

2010-07-21: packet 3 sent

2010-08-09: packet 4 received

2010-09-10: interview- visa approved

2010-09-28: POE-Newark

Adjustment of Status:

2010-12-27: Package Mailed via USPS

2011-01-06: Package Received, Email and SMS Alert

2011-01-20: Letter/invitation to biometrisc received for 02/09

2011-01-26: Walked in to biometrics/biometrics taken

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When he gets an actual address, he should notify USCIS of the new mailing address (I would suggest via the USCIS.gov site under "Change of Address").

They (USCIS) will not transfer the case file once it is received and in the queue (not that I've ever seen) so you're very likely to finish out the process through CSC.

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When he gets an actual address, he should notify USCIS of the new mailing address (I would suggest via the USCIS.gov site under "Change of Address").

They (USCIS) will not transfer the case file once it is received and in the queue (not that I've ever seen) so you're very likely to finish out the process through CSC.

I have forgot to say THANK YOU VERY MUCH for that information!


K1 visa:

2007-05-20: Met

2010-03-14: Engaged

2010-04-12: Mailed I-129F to CSC

2010-04-14: Received by CSC

2009-04-15: NOA1 mailed

2010-04-22: NOA1 Hard copy delivered

2010-06-22: Touched

2010-06-23: Touched

2010-06-25: Touched

2010-06-25: APPROVED -NOA2 mailed

2010-07-02: left NVC

2010-07-06: Embassy received

2010-07-09: packet 3 received

2010-07-21: packet 3 sent

2010-08-09: packet 4 received

2010-09-10: interview- visa approved

2010-09-28: POE-Newark

Adjustment of Status:

2010-12-27: Package Mailed via USPS

2011-01-06: Package Received, Email and SMS Alert

2011-01-20: Letter/invitation to biometrisc received for 02/09

2011-01-26: Walked in to biometrics/biometrics taken

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