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Visa on Hand but a little worried about the address

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines

Hi everyone :)

We recently got our visa. My fiance was deployed for most of the process, so he did a change of address and gave USCIS his deployment address so he can receive any mail for our case. Now he is no longer deployed, and we have the visa...however, the visa still has his deployment address and not his normal home address in the states. Is this going to be a problem when we enter the US together?

Our K1 Visa Timeline


08-30-2011 - AOS/EAD packet sent

09-12-2011 - NOA1 for AOS/EAD with 09-08 notice date

10-11-2011 - Biometrics appointment (appointment letter received on 09/19)

11-03-2011 - EAD card production request

11-14-2011 - EAD in the mail

12-08-2011 - Interview date (e-mail notification date 11/08) APPROVED!

12-13-2011 - Card production ordered

12-14-2011 - Card mailed to our address

12-17-2011 - Got gc in the mailbox! Valid until 12/13/2013 <wonderful christmas gift>

**No more USCIS for two years**

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It should not be a problem . Once you enter the Usa and you apply for a social security No --you can change the address. Or if the Immigration Officer ask you at the POE, you can tell him the chage of address since you will have to fill up customs form on arrival .Good luck on your journey .


01-17-2015 = N-400 packet sent (to P.O. Box Dallas via USPS Priority Mail)
01-21-2015 = N-400 packet delivered
01/25/2015 = E confirmation / Text received

01/26/2015 = Check cashed .

02/02/2015 = NOA1 received (Priority Date 01/21/2015)
02/09/2015 = Biometrics Letter received .

02/18/2015 = Biometrics

02/20/2015 = In line for interview

04/10/2015 = Interview Letter received .

05/11/2015 =Interview .

05/11/2015 = Passed Interview
07/01/2015 = Oath letter received
07/24/2015 = Oath Cerememony

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