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This is probably going to sound like a stupid question..! Just want to make sure before I send off packet 3.

In the DS-230 Part 1, it asks you to list all the places you've lived since the age of 16. The columns underneath say 'City' 'Province' and 'Country', so so do I just put down: London, England, Great Britain or do I need to write down street addresses? When I was a student I live in a LOT of different houses... :wacko:

Thanks guys :)

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Yeah, this question might be to confirm information for your police check, so the street address is not necessary.


April, 2009 - We met

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June, 2010 - We got engaged, looking forward to a small August 2010 wedding

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February 3, 2011 - application sent from NVC to Montreal (aka. the Abyss?)

March 7, 2011 - Packet 3 sent to me

March 10, 2011 - Packet 3 delivered to Montreal

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I put, city, county, country...

So for example, Canterbury, Kent, England


"When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible." ~ Nora Ephron

Our story so far...

Nov 2009 - Met for the first time whilst I was on tour in Cali

Mar 2010 - After staying in touch, met for a few nights at a trade show - It was very real!

Jul 2010 (Independance Day) - Met in San Diego. Knew we were meant to be together

Sep 2010 - Met in San Diego. Knew we wanted to spend our lives together. Started making plans.

Sep 27th 2010 - Found out that we were expecting a baby. Plans bought forward significantly! :-) Happiest man in the world.

Oct 12th 2010 - Sent I-129F pack to USCIS

Oct 19th 2010 - NOA1 Received

Nov 2010 - Spent a week with my lady in the UK

Dec 23rd 2010 - Battled with UK snow and Heathrow's incompetence to spend Xmas with my family

Dec 24th 2010 - Attended first scan and discovered we are expecting a baby boy!

Jan 9th 2011 - Left home to come back to the UK

Jan 21st 2011 - Requested Expedite from USCIS on medical grounds

Jan 27th 2011 - Expedite request approved.

Feb 2nd 2011 - NOA2 Received

Feb 3rd 2011 - Application left NVC to go to London. LDN number received.

Feb 9th 2011 - Packet 3 sent out

Feb 16th 2011 - Packet 3 sent to Embassy

Feb 18th 2011 - Requested expedite on interview

Feb 24th 2011 - Packet 3 forms logged

Feb 28th 2011 - Medical

Mar 1st 2011 - London Consular wrote with confirmation of an early interview. In 4 days time! PANIC! Woke up fiancé!

Mar 4th 2011 - Interview...APPROVED!!!

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This is probably going to sound like a stupid question..! Just want to make sure before I send off packet 3.

In the DS-230 Part 1, it asks you to list all the places you've lived since the age of 16. The columns underneath say 'City' 'Province' and 'Country', so so do I just put down: London, England, Great Britain or do I need to write down street addresses? When I was a student I live in a LOT of different houses... :wacko:

Thanks guys :)

Hi, I lived in a lot of different places since the age of 16 too. I put "see attached sheet" and wrote them all on another piece of paper. City, county, Country is all that's needed - start with your current address and work backwards to the year you were 16.

There were several questions which didn't leave enough room for the full answer - I added several attached sheets and numbered them.

Good luck!

Leigh

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