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we're planning on moving soon after my arrival, as she's not particuarly fond of where she's living at the minute, and having visited nor am I, so we're going to move to a larger apartment soon as.

Are there any stipulations on having to remain at the address where I said I will be living?

Thank you.

Big meanie.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Brazil

I don't know about not living together after arriving in the US. You might have problems with AOS. Unless you are planning on living together as soon as you get married, or something like that. USCIS might see it as proving that you don't have a legitimate marriage. I'm not saying that, but who knows what they would think!)

Moving isn't a problem after arriving in the US. I moved after the K1 process, but before my fiance arrived. We applied for AOS from our new location (different state, service center, etc). I think moving DURING either process might be a bit complicated, but between the processes is fine.

Hope this helps.

K-1 Timeline:

07-12-05 I-129 Sent to Vermont

07-19-05 NOA 1

08-31-05 NOA 2

09-08-05 Rec'd at NVC

09-12-05 Left NVC

09-28-05 Packet 3 from embassy

09-30-05 Packet 3 sent back

10-24-05 Packet 4

11-09-05 Interview - Approved!!

11-14-05 Visa rec'd

11-15-05 Arrive USA (JFK POE, employment stamp rec'd)


AOS Timeline:

12-02-05 Wedding in San Diego

01-16-06 Sent out AOS, (I-485, I-765 - didn't apply for AP)

01-25-06 Rec'd NOAs for AOS, EAD

01-27-06 Notice for Biometrics Appointment

02-15-06 Biometrics Appointment for AOS and EAD

02-16-06 Case status FINALLY available online!

02-18-06 Letter for Interview on March 28th Received!!!

03-28-06 AOS Interview....APPROVED!!! stamp in passport. After we get the Green Card, no more USCIS...at least not for 2 more years!

04-03-06 Rec'd Welcome to America Letter!


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