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Hi Folks - quick poll to see how many of you put your domicile as USA in DS230 while filing for DCF? I'm wondering if the domicile is not shown as US then the application will automatically be rejected. On the other hand if the domicile is listed as US then proof is needed. My plan is to establish domicile before the spouse is interviewed but after the file is sent to the Montreal consulate. I did not file as DCF rather filed through USCIS and now the file is with NVC...should I put domicile as Canada where I've been for the six years or would that be automatically rejected?

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Please see the pinned topic in the Canada thread in the region section.

Proving US Domicile is a VERY big issue at Montreal when you are living in Canada.


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Please see the pinned topic in the Canada thread in the region section.

Proving US Domicile is a VERY big issue at Montreal when you are living in Canada.

Thanks for the reference, Inky! Not worried about proving domicile...the question is will the application be AUTOMATICALLY rejected if the domiclie is not listed as US.

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Hi, I applied in Canada for my DH

I listed that I live in Canada with my husband, but again I applied through DCF

It asked where I will live in the USA and I just put down the City as I didn't have the final address at that time.

But I'm not sure which form you are talking about.

For the final interview I had to have proof and show domicle and was asked when we were going to cross permamently etc.

For the final forms that I brought to the interview (aff of support and the other one) I had an address. For the one I sent back to get to get the interview I put down I live in Canada and the city where I will live in the USA

But again I applied as a permanent resident of Canada so I don't know if that will help you.

Your question is a bit confusing as I'm not sure where you will be interviewing.

Montreal I did have to show proof that we have an address with a lease and I had utility bills and insurance and proof of business purchase.

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