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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Turkey
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After my wife got her K1 Visa and prior to her arriving in the US, I moved to a new house. When I filed the I485 we used the new address on all the documentation however the old K1 documentation would have still show the old address. Is there any reason to file a change of address form if I filed the I-485 with the new address?

I'm only concerned because it has been over a month and I haven't received anything except the NOA1 for the I485. Website still says accepted, but I was expecting a Biometrics appointment by now.

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K-1 Visa Timeline

I-129F Sent : 01/06/2009

I-129F NOA1 : 01/09/2009

I-129F NOA2 : 03/11/2009

NVC Received : 03/19/2009

Consulate Received : 03/27/2009

Packet 3 Sent : 12/23/2009

Interview Date : 03/18/2010 - APPROVED!!!

Visa Received : 03/20/2010

US Entry : 04/07/2010

Marriage : 05/04/2010 - WOOHOO!!!

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I-485 Sent : 07/02/2010

I-485 NOA1 : 07/09/2010

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After my wife got her K1 Visa and prior to her arriving in the US, I moved to a new house. When I filed the I485 we used the new address on all the documentation however the old K1 documentation would have still show the old address. Is there any reason to file a change of address form if I filed the I-485 with the new address?

I'm only concerned because it has been over a month and I haven't received anything except the NOA1 for the I485. Website still says accepted, but I was expecting a Biometrics appointment by now.

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Im not sure on the timeline for biometrics, but if you got your NOA1 then i wouldnt worry about address changing.. If you are worried you could fill out the change of address form on the USCIS website. I did.

I was in the same situation, but i already got my biometrics letter. You should have it soon.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Turkey
Timeline

Im not sure on the timeline for biometrics, but if you got your NOA1 then i wouldnt worry about address changing.. If you are worried you could fill out the change of address form on the USCIS website. I did.

I was in the same situation, but i already got my biometrics letter. You should have it soon.

Well that is good and I noticed on other posts that sometimes the biometrics letter will come over 8 weeks later. I just noticed that my daughter's I485 is in Initial Review status while my wife's I485 is still in Accepted status even though I filed them together. The difference is that my daughter doesn't require biometrics. I would have expected them to stay together and have the same status while everything is happening.

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K-1 Visa Timeline

I-129F Sent : 01/06/2009

I-129F NOA1 : 01/09/2009

I-129F NOA2 : 03/11/2009

NVC Received : 03/19/2009

Consulate Received : 03/27/2009

Packet 3 Sent : 12/23/2009

Interview Date : 03/18/2010 - APPROVED!!!

Visa Received : 03/20/2010

US Entry : 04/07/2010

Marriage : 05/04/2010 - WOOHOO!!!

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I-485 Sent : 07/02/2010

I-485 NOA1 : 07/09/2010

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After my wife got her K1 Visa and prior to her arriving in the US, I moved to a new house. When I filed the I485 we used the new address on all the documentation however the old K1 documentation would have still show the old address. Is there any reason to file a change of address form if I filed the I-485 with the new address?

I'm only concerned because it has been over a month and I haven't received anything except the NOA1 for the I485. Website still says accepted, but I was expecting a Biometrics appointment by now.

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We moved between my POE and filing AOS. We didn't send in a change of address form and still received all correspondence regarding the AOS. I'm not saying it was the right thing to do (especially if you're the sponsor and haven't sent in the I-865) but we haven't had any problems as yet. We just moved again and did send in change of address forms and filled in the online form as we have an application in progress.


AOS filed: 07/01/2010

AOS received: 07/06/2010

NOA1 via text: 07/13/2010

NOA1 in mail: 07/16/2010

Touched: 07/16/2010

Biometrics letter: 07/19/2010

Biometrics appointment: 08/04/2010

Touched I-485, EAD: 08/05/2010

Transfer to CSC: 08/05/2010

Touched I-485: 08/06/2010

Touched: 08/10/2010

Touched I-485: 08/12/2010

Touched I-485: 08/14/2010

Touched I-485: 08/23/2010

Touched I-485: 08/24/2010

EAD approved: 09/02/2010

AP approved: 09/07/2010

Received EAD/AP: approx 09/09/2010 (was out of town)

Touch: 09/24/10

I-485 approved: 10/14/2010

GC production ordered: 10/18/2010

GC received: 10/23/2010

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