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G-325A residence while traveling query

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Australia
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I'm a US citizen and spent a year living with my fiance in Australia. I was there on a tourist visa. On my G-325A, should I list the address of my boyfriend's apartment as one of my previous addresses? Or should I just list my family's address at home, where I resided before and after my trip, because it is my permanent address?

This also goes for my fiancee who has lived with me in the states at two different addresses over the last five years.

I am already claiming unemployment due to travel during these travel periods in the employment question on the form.

I'm not quite sure what to put. Suggestions? Thanks!


05 July 05 - Met in New Orleans, Louisiana

03 Jun 10 - I-129F sent

09 Jun 10 - NOA1 received

17 Jun 10 - Touched

19 July 10 - NOA2

02 Aug 10 - Received Packet 3

17 Oct 10 - Received Packet 4

02 Nov 10 - Interview *APPROVED*

11 Nov 10 - Visa Received

14 Dec 10 - POE LAX then onto New Orleans

14 Feb 11 - Married

05 May 11 - AOS RFE

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Kenya
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I would list your fiance's apartment - where you were actually living. I listed my residence in Kenya for the time that I lived there even though my permanent residence at the time was my parents' house. Same goes for you fiance - list where he was actually living.


K-1
09/09/09 - NOA1 :: 10/20/09 - NOA2 :: 01/11/10 - Interview :: 02/24/10 - POE :: 04/10/10 - Wedding

AOS
05/17/10 - NOA :: 06/08/10 - Transferred to CSC :: 07/02/10 - Biometrics :: 07/16/10 - EAD/AP Approved :: 10/26/10 - AOS Approved

ROC
08/16/12 - NOA :: 09/13/12 - Biometrics :: 04/12/13 - Approved :: 04/19/13 - GC received


Naturalization
08/22/13 - NOA :: 09/20/13 - Biometrics :: 01/30/14 - Interview - Approved :: 02/27/14 - Oath

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