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Hey everyone. I was just wondering if it would be possible for me to call USCIS and ask them to change the mail address for my fiancee to my address so that I could receive any mail they want to send to her and then I would take of the mail and send it to her. The reason I ask is because the address and mail system where my fiancee lives is not really developed and is very confusing, so I dont want any mail going to her to be lost and making the process longer than it has to.

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Sent I-129f on 02/02/2010 Wish Me Luck!

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USCIS won't send your fiancé anything (they'll deal strictly with you, the petitioner).

The Embassy/Consulate will, when it comes time; they're usually in (or familiar with) the mail system in your fiancé's country.

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Filed: Country: Afghanistan
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Yea, but I mean whenever they want to contact her for an interview, how will that be done?

The reason I am asking this is because my friend who is also bringing his fiancee here just went thru the process, he got his visa, but he said he wouldve gotten it sooner if it wasnt for the fact that the embassy sent his fiancee's interview letter or something like that to the wrong address twice, and his fiancee lives in the neighboring country to my fiancee's. So I just want to prevent something like that happening to me


Sent I-129f on 02/02/2010 Wish Me Luck!

Received I-797C Notice of Action or NOA1 dated 02/10/10 on 02/15/10

NOA2 Approved May 20, 2010

Married December 23, 2010!!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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Yea, but I mean whenever they want to contact her for an interview, how will that be done?

The reason I am asking this is because my friend who is also bringing his fiancee here just went thru the process, he got his visa, but he said he wouldve gotten it sooner if it wasnt for the fact that the embassy sent his fiancee's interview letter or something like that to the wrong address twice, and his fiancee lives in the neighboring country to my fiancee's. So I just want to prevent something like that happening to me

Don't worry. I am also from Afghanistan. When the paperwork gets to Islamabad, just email 'PakIVQuery@state.gov'and they will send everything to you and your fiancee/wife electronically.

Good luck!

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