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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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It feels like I've swamped these forums lately but we're so close to sending!

Anyways, both my fiance and I have PO Boxes, which I've included on our cover letter, letter of intent etc However, on the G-325a & I-129F they ask for Address (Number and Street). How can I stay consistant and include our PO Boxes or if it says Address as number and street should I just state that?

I know there will be problems if the USCIS decides to send additional paperwork to our street address because we wont get it.

In addition, my fiance whom is the petitioner, his PO Box and street address are completely different (different zip and everything) hence why I can't just include it with the Address.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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It feels like I've swamped these forums lately but we're so close to sending!

Anyways, both my fiance and I have PO Boxes, which I've included on our cover letter, letter of intent etc However, on the G-325a & I-129F they ask for Address (Number and Street). How can I stay consistant and include our PO Boxes or if it says Address as number and street should I just state that?

I know there will be problems if the USCIS decides to send additional paperwork to our street address because we wont get it.

In addition, my fiance whom is the petitioner, his PO Box and street address are completely different (different zip and everything) hence why I can't just include it with the Address.

:unsure:


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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It feels like I've swamped these forums lately but we're so close to sending!

Anyways, both my fiance and I have PO Boxes, which I've included on our cover letter, letter of intent etc However, on the G-325a & I-129F they ask for Address (Number and Street). How can I stay consistant and include our PO Boxes or if it says Address as number and street should I just state that?

I know there will be problems if the USCIS decides to send additional paperwork to our street address because we wont get it.

In addition, my fiance whom is the petitioner, his PO Box and street address are completely different (different zip and everything) hence why I can't just include it with the Address.

:unsure:

Does anyone know?


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When I mailed my packet out, in the address field, I put "See attached supplement" and put another piece of paper that gave my physical and mailing address and gave them instructions to mail any correspondence to the mailing address. I also highlighted. It worked since I got my NOA1 in my PO box rather than my physical address.

Hope that helps.

When I mailed my packet out, in the address field, I put "See attached supplement" and put another piece of paper that gave my physical and mailing address and gave them instructions to mail any correspondence to the mailing address. I also highlighted. It worked since I got my NOA1 in my PO box rather than my physical address.

Hope that helps.

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I had replied to you in your other post but here goes again :)

On the I-129F where it asks for address this is where you would put your mailing address. This is entered into the system exact as it is on the form and this is where they will send any correspondence. On the G-325A you would list your residential address where it asks you to list all residences last 5 years, listing present address first.

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I had replied to you in your other post but here goes again :)

On the I-129F where it asks for address this is where you would put your mailing address. This is entered into the system exact as it is on the form and this is where they will send any correspondence. On the G-325A you would list your residential address where it asks you to list all residences last 5 years, listing present address first.

Lorelle

Ditto.

Peter Miami


Johanna & Peter

Colombia / U.S.A.

I-129F / K-1 Fiancee Visa

08-20-02 - Met Johanna in Armenia, Colombia

10-05-05 - K-1 Sent to TSC

10-14-05 - Received NOA1 by E-Mail (Day 9)

12-22-05 - Reveived NOA2 By E-Mail & Mail (Day 78)

03-03-06 - Interview Date! (Day 149) Approved

03-10-06 - Johanna Arrived

05-27-06 - Married

I-485 / AOS (Did not applied for EAD or AP)

06-05-06 - Sent I-485 application to Chicago via USPS (Day 1)

06-06-06 - AOS Package Delivered at 12:29PM

06-12-06 - Received NOA1 by Mail

06-14-06 - Check Cashed

06-22-06 - Received Appointment Notice for Biometrics

06-26-06 - "Request for Additional Evidence" Online, waiting for letter

06-29-06 - Biometrics Done!

06-30-06 - Received RFE Letter by mail. (Missing Birth Certificate)

07-10-06 - Sent RFE by Express Mail USPS

07-11-06 - RFE Delivered @ 10:54AM Sign by D. Atwell

08-28-06 - AOS Transferred to CSC E-mail & USCIS Website (Day 85)

08-30-06 - Touched #1

08-31-06 - Touched #2

08-31-06 - E-Mail from CRIS & USCIS-CSSO - CSC received AOS Application

09-01-06 - Touched #3

09-01-06 - NOA by Mail Regarding Transfer to CSC

09-05-06 - Touched #4

09-07-06 - Touched #5

09-13-06 - Touched #6

09-15-06 - AOS Approved by Online Status & E-mail

09-21-06 - Received GC and Welcome Letter (Day 109)

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