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My Fiancee currently lives in Ghana Africa. When I complete the I129 and 325A should I put his physical or mailing address? Who will they mail all correspondece to? Reason I ask is that his address where he live is different from where he stay. They have PO Boxes where they pick up their mail. Also, when completing the 325a does he need to sign or it can be sign at his interview. Thanks for your responses in advance.

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My Fiancee currently lives in Ghana Africa. When I complete the I129 and 325A should I put his physical or mailing address? Who will they mail all correspondece to? Reason I ask is that his address where he live is different from where he stay. They have PO Boxes where they pick up their mail. Also, when completing the 325a does he need to sign or it can be sign at his interview. Thanks for your responses in advance.

Good day, he must sign the G325 forms BEFORE its sent to USCIS for processing of your K1 petition

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As for a the address, use the P.O. box, if that is where he receives all his mail.

For the USCIS processing of the K1, most correpondences will be made to you since your the petitioner, but yes sometimes they do contact the beneficiary, so make sure you put phone numbers on the forms where they ask for contact details.

Best wishes on your filing.

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Good day, he must sign the G325 forms BEFORE its sent to USCIS for processing of your K1 petition

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As for a the address, use the P.O. box, if that is where he receives all his mail.

For the USCIS processing of the K1, most correpondences will be made to you since your the petitioner, but yes sometimes they do contact the beneficiary, so make sure you put phone numbers on the forms where they ask for contact details.

Best wishes on your filing.

Thank you.

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The mail is slow in Ghana but your husband will get it. It will take a while. When the case gets to to NVC you can have the mail sent to you instead, they will send you a form. Ghana is so back logged though, the wait for interviews is long, not to scare you but if you read the Sub Forum Africa (people from Ghana usually post there a lot because it is west africa) you can review timelines etc. Good luck.

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I have to disagree with Amr's Queen.

They need the physical address in the G-325A.

I, also, had trouble whether to put my physical or mailing address. After asking USCIS, we were told to put my physical address and attach a note to the visa packet with the mailing address which was a P.O address as well. When it came to the consulate stage and DHL got involved, they stated that they NEVER deliver visa packets to a P.O address. Then we checked the matter with DHL and chose to have DHL withold the packages at the nearest DHL branch to me. Of course, we had to inform the embassy by email about the change of plans.

So, be careful and try to sort the matter out as early as possible.

Good luck!

Aya


ROC Timeline

8/1/12: ROC window opens
9/4/12: ROC packet sent
9/8/12: ROC packet delivered to VSC
9/12/12: Check cashed
9/14/12: NOA letter received (NOA dated 9/10/12)
9/20/12: Biometrics letter received (Bio appointment 10/15/12)
10/12/12: Early biometrics walk-in

4/27/13: RFE received

6/17/13: RFE response sent

7/1/13: ROC petition approved

7/5/13: GC received in the mail.

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