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Hey guys,

So i have a question regarding moving...When i did my AOS i did my father as a co-sponsor since we lived together i had to prove same residence etc...well last moment i found a apartment i can afford, and im moving out on tuesday. Will this cause any problems? Hubbys interview is on the 3rd i put down my parents address as the place he will be residing, so what should he say if they ask him where he will live? I'm confused :/ worried and probably overthinking this so any advice will be appreciated

Thanks guys


07/31/2010 - MARRIED!!

09/01/2010 - HAD TO LEAVE :(

STARTED JOURNEY @

USCIS - CSC:

09/07/2010 - I-130 SENT

09/13/2010 - NOA1

11/21/2010 - STILL WAITING :(

12/07/2010 - APPROVED!!!!!! EMAIL & TXT

12/13/2010 - RECEIVED NOA2 HARD COPY

NVC:

12/20/2010 - NVC RECEIVED

12/23/2010 - RECEIVE I-864 BILL

12/23/2010 - EMAILED DS-3032

12/23/2010 - PAY INVOICE

12/27/2010 - I-864 SHOWS PAID SENT AOS FORMS

12/30/2010 - RECEIVE IV BILL

12/30/2010 - PAID IV BILL

01/04/2010 - IV SHOWS PAID

01/04/2010 - RECEIVE INSTRUCTION PACKET

01/10/2010 - SENT IV FORMS EXPRESS MAIL

01/18/2010 - STILL WAITING....

01/19/2010 - NVC Automated Msg - All documents RCVD

01/20/2010 - Possible RFE :( "We have reviewed your documents and found missing or incomplete Information"

01/21/2010 - CLD NVC - FALSE RFE!!! Just waiting on DS230 to be processed :D

01/23/2010 - HOPING FOR A CASE COMPLETE.......

02/03/2010 - SIF!!!!!!!!

02/04/2010 - Case Complete!!

02/14/2010 - No interview YET

02/15/2010 - INTERVIEW!!! MARCH 3RD 2011

03/02/2010 - Hubby recieved call from the embassy in SA interview rescheduled for MARCH 9th 2011

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Hey guys,

So i have a question regarding moving...When i did my AOS i did my father as a co-sponsor since we lived together i had to prove same residence etc...well last moment i found a apartment i can afford, and im moving out on tuesday. Will this cause any problems? Hubbys interview is on the 3rd i put down my parents address as the place he will be residing, so what should he say if they ask him where he will live? I'm confused :/ worried and probably overthinking this so any advice will be appreciated

Thanks guys

For the co-sponsorship the same residence is not a requirement but is for the I-864A/household member. Well you are moving and you are the principal sponsor and the spouse so if you are to tell them of the residence i would use the new address. Of course he has 10 days to notify them of the move.

From my point and since the interview would be 2 days prior to your move and if he is not moving with you then provide the answer as is. It will not case not problems. Hope someone will provide a better answer for you.


Current cut off date F2A - Current 

Brother's Journey (F2A) - PD Dec 30, 2010


Dec 30 2010 - Notice of Action 1 (NOA1)
May 12 2011 - Notice of Action 2 (NOA2)
May 23 2011 - NVC case # Assigned
Nov 17 2011 - COA / I-864 received
Nov 18 2011 - Sent COA
Apr 30 2012 - Pay AOS fee

Oct 15 2012 - Pay IV fee
Oct 25 2012 - Sent AOS/IV Package

Oct 29 2012 - Pkg Delivered
Dec 24 2012 - Case Complete

May 17 2013 - Interview-Approved

July 19 2013 - Enter the USA

"... Answer when you are called..."

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Hey guys,

So i have a question regarding moving...When i did my AOS i did my father as a co-sponsor since we lived together i had to prove same residence etc...well last moment i found a apartment i can afford, and im moving out on tuesday. Will this cause any problems? Hubbys interview is on the 3rd i put down my parents address as the place he will be residing, so what should he say if they ask him where he will live? I'm confused :/ worried and probably overthinking this so any advice will be appreciated

Thanks guys

Is there a reason you have to move out on Tuesday? Why not put it off a week? Then your husband can say he will be living at the address you put down and will then help move to the new apartment when he arrives. Once he is approved, you could always move before he arrives if you want to. When he gets there he can notify about the new address.

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I agree that you should have him say that you will be living with your parents. This might mean putting off your moving until after your interview but at this late date I wouldn't change anything.

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I would wait until after the interview, your SO already has tough enough time without trying to memorize your new address if the question is asked of her for the new address!


07/07/09 : Married

08/18/09: I-130 Sent to Chicago

08/20/09: I-130 Received by USCIS

08/25/09: NOA1

09/22/09: NOA2

10/05/09: Received case# and gave emails

10/07/09: Received DS-3032 and AOS email

10/09/09: Sent DS-3032 email to optin electronic filing

10/15/09: Paid both AOS & IV fees

10/16/09: Received email electronic filing accepted

10/18/09: Sent AOS via email

10/23/09: Received email that AOS was accepted and waiting for IV

10/27/09: Sent IV via email

11/10/09: Signon to payment failure

11/19/09: Received email for interview - December 14th

12/14/09: Approved for Visa

12/16/09: Received Visa

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For the AOS we filled out a I-864A for joint sponsor since i am living with my father, i can delay the moving i wont even be living there til hubby comes, but i will have the key, thats what i meant......I signed the lease and everything. Who do i need to report my move to? USCIS or NVC?

SO hubby shouuld say that he will be living with my parents and we will be moving out on our own once hes here or just not mention anything about a move?


07/31/2010 - MARRIED!!

09/01/2010 - HAD TO LEAVE :(

STARTED JOURNEY @

USCIS - CSC:

09/07/2010 - I-130 SENT

09/13/2010 - NOA1

11/21/2010 - STILL WAITING :(

12/07/2010 - APPROVED!!!!!! EMAIL & TXT

12/13/2010 - RECEIVED NOA2 HARD COPY

NVC:

12/20/2010 - NVC RECEIVED

12/23/2010 - RECEIVE I-864 BILL

12/23/2010 - EMAILED DS-3032

12/23/2010 - PAY INVOICE

12/27/2010 - I-864 SHOWS PAID SENT AOS FORMS

12/30/2010 - RECEIVE IV BILL

12/30/2010 - PAID IV BILL

01/04/2010 - IV SHOWS PAID

01/04/2010 - RECEIVE INSTRUCTION PACKET

01/10/2010 - SENT IV FORMS EXPRESS MAIL

01/18/2010 - STILL WAITING....

01/19/2010 - NVC Automated Msg - All documents RCVD

01/20/2010 - Possible RFE :( "We have reviewed your documents and found missing or incomplete Information"

01/21/2010 - CLD NVC - FALSE RFE!!! Just waiting on DS230 to be processed :D

01/23/2010 - HOPING FOR A CASE COMPLETE.......

02/03/2010 - SIF!!!!!!!!

02/04/2010 - Case Complete!!

02/14/2010 - No interview YET

02/15/2010 - INTERVIEW!!! MARCH 3RD 2011

03/02/2010 - Hubby recieved call from the embassy in SA interview rescheduled for MARCH 9th 2011

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Well hubbys interview has been delayed so this changes things some more....I officially moved out now and well i have a bad feeling about telling them he will be leaving with my parents if its not true....I think im going to tell hubby to just be honest aand say that we i have moved and provide our new address at the interview. If any one else has some advice i would greatly appreciate it.


07/31/2010 - MARRIED!!

09/01/2010 - HAD TO LEAVE :(

STARTED JOURNEY @

USCIS - CSC:

09/07/2010 - I-130 SENT

09/13/2010 - NOA1

11/21/2010 - STILL WAITING :(

12/07/2010 - APPROVED!!!!!! EMAIL & TXT

12/13/2010 - RECEIVED NOA2 HARD COPY

NVC:

12/20/2010 - NVC RECEIVED

12/23/2010 - RECEIVE I-864 BILL

12/23/2010 - EMAILED DS-3032

12/23/2010 - PAY INVOICE

12/27/2010 - I-864 SHOWS PAID SENT AOS FORMS

12/30/2010 - RECEIVE IV BILL

12/30/2010 - PAID IV BILL

01/04/2010 - IV SHOWS PAID

01/04/2010 - RECEIVE INSTRUCTION PACKET

01/10/2010 - SENT IV FORMS EXPRESS MAIL

01/18/2010 - STILL WAITING....

01/19/2010 - NVC Automated Msg - All documents RCVD

01/20/2010 - Possible RFE :( "We have reviewed your documents and found missing or incomplete Information"

01/21/2010 - CLD NVC - FALSE RFE!!! Just waiting on DS230 to be processed :D

01/23/2010 - HOPING FOR A CASE COMPLETE.......

02/03/2010 - SIF!!!!!!!!

02/04/2010 - Case Complete!!

02/14/2010 - No interview YET

02/15/2010 - INTERVIEW!!! MARCH 3RD 2011

03/02/2010 - Hubby recieved call from the embassy in SA interview rescheduled for MARCH 9th 2011

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Well hubbys interview has been delayed so this changes things some more....I officially moved out now and well i have a bad feeling about telling them he will be leaving with my parents if its not true....I think im going to tell hubby to just be honest aand say that we i have moved and provide our new address at the interview. If any one else has some advice i would greatly appreciate it.

Yes, at this point I would definitely have your husband give the new address. You should also do a change of address with USCIS and maybe NVC (not sure what is required after being approved by the NVC). I moved just before I got NOA2 and changed my address online with USCIS and then sent (by email) my new address to the NVC.

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Sound advice - update the move with USCIS and NVC, give hubby new address and forward any correspondence your receive from the NVC or USCIS relating to your move so hubby can take it to him when he has the interview.


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Apologies if I state in a comment that my husband and I have been together for years & years. It's just that I can hardly remember a time when he and I were not together.

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Ahhhhhhhhhh!!! We are currently in Administrative Processing with no time-lines to guide us!

My husband is looking at cars in Trinidad for me as his wish has come true! Me a Trini-Wife!

BUT

I will call DoS weekly to check the progress and I will not give up hope.

July of 2011 is the cut off date for us, when I will either start construction on a home here in the US or return to Trinidad to be with my husband.

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I. USCIS - Reporting a Move Within the US

A. ONLINE AR-11 Change of Address https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=coa

Online Change of Address is a web-based tool that allows you to change your address online so that USCIS can contact you regarding your status. Customers who have filed an application or petition with USCIS but have not yet received a decision (a "pending" case) should notify USCIS of any change of address as soon as possible after moving. In addition to changing your address for a pending application the law requires that all non-U.S. citizens, except for holders of A or G visas, report a change of address within 10 days of moving by completing a USCIS Form AR-11, Change of Address.

Please follow the instructions below before filing an Online Change of Address to ensure that you follow the correct procedures.

1. U.S. Citizens

If you have moved, and you have a pending case, you can change your address online here on our website. Please note that the law does not require U.S. citizens to file a Form AR-11.

2. Non-U.S. Citizens

If you have moved, you need to follow two different steps:

  • Step 1: File a Form AR-11 (This changes your address in our master database.);
  • Step 2: If you have a pending case, you must also file a Change of Address online or call our National Customer Service Center at (800) 375-5283. (This changes your address for the specific application you have submitted.)

Please note that if you are a non-U.S. citizen and you have a pending case, you must complete both steps to make sure that you comply with the regulations and so we can reach you at your correct address.

Once you have submitted this change, make sure you Reprint Electronic AR-11 Form

If you have previously submitted an Electronic AR-11 form on this site, you can reprint another copy of your Electronic AR-11 form at https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=coa.cr.Print.Request

B. I-865 Sponsor's Notice of Change of Address at http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-865.pdf

If at any time in the past you completed Form I-864, Affidavit or Support, to sponsor an immigrant, you are required to report your change of address within 30 days of the change if the sponsorship agreement is still in force.

II. NVC - Reporting a Move Within the US

I Moved. How Do I Give You My New Address? http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/info/info_3180.html#move

Please see the NVC’s contact information .

The NVC’s e-mail address is NVCINQUIRY@state.gov. In order to ensure a prompt response:

  • Enter your NVC Case Number in the Subject Line of the e-mail.
  • Provide the applicant’s name and date of birth and the petitioner’s name and date of birth.
  • If you are an attorney, include the name of the law office requesting the information.
  • If the petition is employment-based, include the employer's company/organization name.
  • Ask about only one case per e-mail.


7PIHm6.png

Apologies if I state in a comment that my husband and I have been together for years & years. It's just that I can hardly remember a time when he and I were not together.

event.png

Ahhhhhhhhhh!!! We are currently in Administrative Processing with no time-lines to guide us!

My husband is looking at cars in Trinidad for me as his wish has come true! Me a Trini-Wife!

BUT

I will call DoS weekly to check the progress and I will not give up hope.

July of 2011 is the cut off date for us, when I will either start construction on a home here in the US or return to Trinidad to be with my husband.

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