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Hey guys

Just wondering, it looks like you can change your address on record with the USCIS online on their website. Does this complicate things? Will there be any need for paperwork? Or is it literally just a matter of creating an Account with them based on the case number from the NOA1 and changing the address?

Thank you so much.

David & Maggie

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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nope it wouldn't complicate things. Its just to update mailing address on their end so you wont miss out on any important mails from them.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Online address change and a mail-in address change. You also need to call if you have a current petition pending.

We filed a change of address because we moved after I got my green card.


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Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

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Hey guys

Just wondering, it looks like you can change your address on record with the USCIS online on their website. Does this complicate things? Will there be any need for paperwork? Or is it literally just a matter of creating an Account with them based on the case number from the NOA1 and changing the address?

Thank you so much.

David & Maggie

For the US citizen they can change it online. For your fiance there is an AR11 form. Its not just to send you mail they want to know where the person is that you brought into the country.


NOA1 - 12/21/15

NOA2 - 04/18/16

NVC Receive - 04/29/16

NVC Welcome - 05/13/16

DS-261 - 05/14/16

AOS, IV PAID - 05/27/16

DS260 done - 06/10/16

Case Transferred to US Embassy in Riga Latvia at the end of October.

If you really want it, you'll find a way!

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Thailand
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Hey guys

Just wondering, it looks like you can change your address on record with the USCIS online on their website. Does this complicate things? Will there be any need for paperwork? Or is it literally just a matter of creating an Account with them based on the case number from the NOA1 and changing the address?

Thank you so much.

David & Maggie

Make sure the immigrants name is on the change of address form from the USPS & in your new mail box. We didnt do this for my daughter& it caused a lot of trouble.

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Thanks for all your replies.

Well so far we've only sent in the i129f so surely we'd just have to do the online part? Since it's only the Petitioner so far who has filed anything. Then I would fill in the new address on all the new paper works? :)

Best

David

Thats correct USCIS really is only concerned with people living in the US.


NOA1 - 12/21/15

NOA2 - 04/18/16

NVC Receive - 04/29/16

NVC Welcome - 05/13/16

DS-261 - 05/14/16

AOS, IV PAID - 05/27/16

DS260 done - 06/10/16

Case Transferred to US Embassy in Riga Latvia at the end of October.

If you really want it, you'll find a way!

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