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the post office changed the name of my street and the zip code.

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Hi everyone!

I am here to ask you all if somebody can help with this doubt. I live in a place which few days ago changed the name of my street and my zip code, but when I filled out my form to apply for the K 1 visa I wrote the old name, I still live in the same address but changed the street name and the zip code , now is the question: Will I have any problems with the USCIS when they check my address and see that the name of my street is other and the zip code is other?

Please, help me?!

Thanks!

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Hi everyone!

I am here to ask you all if somebody can help with this doubt. I live in a place which few days ago changed the name of my street and my zip code, but when I filled out my form to apply for the K 1 visa I wrote the old name, I still live in the same address but changed the street name and the zip code , now is the question: Will I have any problems with the USCIS when they check my address and see that the name of my street is other and the zip code is other?

Please, help me?!

Thanks!

How will they know that your old address is no longer in effect? Who will tell them?


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Hi everyone!

I am here to ask you all if somebody can help with this doubt. I live in a place which few days ago changed the name of my street and my zip code, but when I filled out my form to apply for the K 1 visa I wrote the old name, I still live in the same address but changed the street name and the zip code , now is the question: Will I have any problems with the USCIS when they check my address and see that the name of my street is other and the zip code is other?

Please, help me?!

Thanks!

Your local postal service will know of your new address name and zip code so should not be a worry but you could ring USCIS and let them know


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