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Hello everybody!!!

My fiance is going to have an interview during this week for a new job place in the same company he's currently working but if he got it he would have to move to North Carolina where it seems the headquarters of that company are. (He's living in Ohio right now)

The spanish embassy had my DS230 I and the checklist of papers for the interview on june 4th and I´m waiting for them to send me package 4. So at this point of the process if he had to move because work issues obviously i should report that change of address but to who? NVC? USA embassy in Spain?

Another thing to say is that my fiance wouldn't know his new address (just the name of the city and the state for now) till he actually moves to North Carolina (2-3 months from now) so i couldn't be reporting an specific address till then.

Well, that's not 100% sure to happen but just wondering how i would have to do if it's the case.

Thank you in advance.

God bless!!! :)

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Hi Seven,

I have similar issue myself. My fiance lives with his parents. He bought a house last year and at this point he's preparing it for my arrival. When he sent our I-129F package he used his parents' address on all the forms. I'm waiting for my packet 3 to be sent by embassy (and they told us just an hour ago that they will do it tomorrow morning). So when I receive my letter and when I fill in the forms I will have to put my fiance's and my future home's address on the form, not the one he used when filing.

When you are in the middle of the process with USCIS and change your address you have to file ''Change of Addres'' form or just do it online @ USCIS page. At this point we are done with USCIS until we file for AOS, so there's no need to report change of address to anyone.


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March 24th: I-129F filed

March 26th: NOA1 date

May 24th: NOA2 date

May 25th- Jun 3rd: Case @ NVC

Jun 7th: Embassy received

Jun 15th: Embassy sent pkt 3

Jun 17th: Pkt 3 received :)

Jun 22nd: Medical @ 7 a.m. (Kosevo)/ Jun 23rd: Passed

Jun 29th: Interview @ 13:30: Approved/ Jun 30th: Visa in hand

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October 25th: AOS, EAD and AP filed

November 1st: AOS, EAD and AP NOA1 date

November 18th: AOS and EAD biometrics appointment

January 6th: AOS case transferred to CSC

January 15th: AP document received (YAY! One step closer to GC!)

January 18th: EAD card received :)))))

February 17th: GC card production ordered

February 24th: GC arrived in mail :) What a relief..

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Filed: Country: Spain
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Hi Seven,

I have similar issue myself. My fiance lives with his parents. He bought a house last year and at this point he's preparing it for my arrival. When he sent our I-129F package he used his parents' address on all the forms. I'm waiting for my packet 3 to be sent by embassy (and they told us just an hour ago that they will do it tomorrow morning). So when I receive my letter and when I fill in the forms I will have to put my fiance's and my future home's address on the form, not the one he used when filing.

When you are in the middle of the process with USCIS and change your address you have to file ''Change of Addres'' form or just do it online @ USCIS page. At this point we are done with USCIS until we file for AOS, so there's no need to report change of address to anyone.

Thank you for your reply!!! yeah...i already received packet 3 and there's this question in the DS230 asking permanent address where you are intending to live and address where you wanna receive your greencard. Obviously and not knowing what will happen till after his job interview i wrote his current address. So i guess if it happens, that he has to move we will have to say it at the AOS though.

Thank you and best wishes!

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Yes, I know about that question.. When I saw it first I started investigating the matter and found out that if you are not in the process with USCIS you don't have to report change of address. You can do it later, once you start your AOS. So, no worries about that. :)

Good luck to you, too. I hope everything goes well for you at the interview ;)


K-1 VISA JOURNEY 2010:

March 24th: I-129F filed

March 26th: NOA1 date

May 24th: NOA2 date

May 25th- Jun 3rd: Case @ NVC

Jun 7th: Embassy received

Jun 15th: Embassy sent pkt 3

Jun 17th: Pkt 3 received :)

Jun 22nd: Medical @ 7 a.m. (Kosevo)/ Jun 23rd: Passed

Jun 29th: Interview @ 13:30: Approved/ Jun 30th: Visa in hand

AOS JOURNEY 2010/2011:

October 25th: AOS, EAD and AP filed

November 1st: AOS, EAD and AP NOA1 date

November 18th: AOS and EAD biometrics appointment

January 6th: AOS case transferred to CSC

January 15th: AP document received (YAY! One step closer to GC!)

January 18th: EAD card received :)))))

February 17th: GC card production ordered

February 24th: GC arrived in mail :) What a relief..

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Yes, I know about that question.. When I saw it first I started investigating the matter and found out that if you are not in the process with USCIS you don't have to report change of address. You can do it later, once you start your AOS. So, no worries about that. :)

Good luck to you, too. I hope everything goes well for you at the interview ;)

Thank you lots! I've just known today my interview will be august 11th woo hoo!!! Best luck in your process too!!!

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Phew... I was had this question too. Interview on Thursday and while double checking the forms i've seen that my fiancee has used 'our' address on the forms needed for the interview and was thinking it may cause problems. Looks like it's all OK. :hehe:


1990(-ish): Family Holiday to FL. Met Nicole & family.

1990(-ish) - 1992(-ish): A few return visits

08-09/2007: Go back to FL. Meet with 'the folks' & Accept that we both 'like' each other & start dating.

02/2008 - Present: ...go back to FL again a few times.

09/2009: Propose and she says 'Yes'! :D

11/06/2009: I-129F posted to VSC

11/07/2009: I-129F received at VSC

11/09/2009: NOA1

11/13/2009: Touch

12/2009: ...back to FL once again

03/08/2010: Touch & NOA2 (119 Days)

03/11/2010: NVC have my case

03/12/2010: NVC incorrectly assigned & dispatched case to Dublin, not London!

03/18/2010: Package arrived in Dublin

03/19/2010: Ring Dublin and get case transferred to London

04/01/2010: London Sent 'P3'

04/03/2010: I Received 'P3'

04/14/2010: 'P3' sent back to embassy

04/16/2010: 'P3' recieved at embassy

04/29/2010: Medical - Passed

06/17/2010: Interview - In AP (220 Days)

08/17/2010: AP Finished - Approved

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