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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hello VJ family! Here I am again begging for an answers on my concern... :(

My fiance' asked me to prepare/fill-up the form I-134 for him after giving me all his info(which I actually know already and ofcourse I know that he will be the one to sign it and not me... :) ).

My only concern is that he will no longer be present or will no longer reside and will not intend to go back to the address where he is residing during the filing of the I-129F petition(because he was just renting an apartment), he will no longer be there pretty SOON because of his deployment to other country. And he doesn't know yet where will we gonna reside when he get back to the US early next year because he doesn't know yet where will his next assignment be. The question is, what will I put on the "adress" section of the petitioner? (i.e. "I, JUSTIN BIEBER, residing at___________")

Should I leave it blank and explain it later during the interview?? Please :help: ..........

Thank you in advance for your help! :)


Sam's CRBA, US Passport, and SSN Journey

Nov. 2010: CRBA and US passport application sent(via Air21)

Dec. 08, 2010: Interview(DNA was recommended)

April 04, 2011: CRBA and US passport on hand

April 2011: SSN Application sent (mailed original docs thru 2GO)

April 29, 2011: SSN card on hand

My K1 Visa Journey

March 05, 2011: I-129F packet sent

March 14, 2011: NOA1

May 20, 2011: NOA2(approved in 67 days from NOA1, with no RFEs)

June 24, 2011: NVC received approved petition from USCIS

June 29, 2011: Approved original petition left NVC to US Embassy-Manila

July 15, 2011: Eligibility letter received from US Embassy-Manila(dated July 11, 2011)

October 26 - June 5, 2012: SLEC trap!!! (DOT tx to vaccine administration)

June 7, 2012: Interview (APPROVED!) :)

June 18, 2012: Visa picked up at the embassy

June 20, 2012: POE in Detroit

proud of my family

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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Will he be deployed on the date of the interview, ie the date you hand in the I-134? If so, I would put whatever his official military address is. In terms of where you will reside once you move t5o the USA/ a mailing address, does he have a friend or family member's address he could use?


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Will he be deployed on the date of the interview, ie the date you hand in the I-134? If so, I would put whatever his official military address is. In terms of where you will reside once you move t5o the USA/ a mailing address, does he have a friend or family member's address he could use?

Yes he will be deployed in the interview date. We are planning to date the I-134 in advance (ie, September 12, 2011) since he will be here in the Philippines next month to spend time together before deployment and that he can sign it while he's here. His military address by that time is not in the US but outside the US that's why I shouldn't put it as his address on the I-134. Yes, his family is in Miami and I know their address. So, I will just put his mom's address in Miami then?

Really thank you for your reply. :)

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Sam's CRBA, US Passport, and SSN Journey

Nov. 2010: CRBA and US passport application sent(via Air21)

Dec. 08, 2010: Interview(DNA was recommended)

April 04, 2011: CRBA and US passport on hand

April 2011: SSN Application sent (mailed original docs thru 2GO)

April 29, 2011: SSN card on hand

My K1 Visa Journey

March 05, 2011: I-129F packet sent

March 14, 2011: NOA1

May 20, 2011: NOA2(approved in 67 days from NOA1, with no RFEs)

June 24, 2011: NVC received approved petition from USCIS

June 29, 2011: Approved original petition left NVC to US Embassy-Manila

July 15, 2011: Eligibility letter received from US Embassy-Manila(dated July 11, 2011)

October 26 - June 5, 2012: SLEC trap!!! (DOT tx to vaccine administration)

June 7, 2012: Interview (APPROVED!) :)

June 18, 2012: Visa picked up at the embassy

June 20, 2012: POE in Detroit

proud of my family

:)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Will he be deployed on the date of the interview, ie the date you hand in the I-134? If so, I would put whatever his official military address is. In terms of where you will reside once you move t5o the USA/ a mailing address, does he have a friend or family member's address he could use?

*additional response to the previous one above*

Lets say for example his/our new address in the US when he get back from deployment will be New York, and the address written on the I-134 is Miami. Does this matter or no? I've heard that my visa will have the US address of the petitioner written in the I-134, so if I put his family's Miami address and not really going to Miami but to New York instead, does this raise eyebrows at immigration officers in the airports we will pass through and/or even the airline company if they will let me board the plane? :unsure:


Sam's CRBA, US Passport, and SSN Journey

Nov. 2010: CRBA and US passport application sent(via Air21)

Dec. 08, 2010: Interview(DNA was recommended)

April 04, 2011: CRBA and US passport on hand

April 2011: SSN Application sent (mailed original docs thru 2GO)

April 29, 2011: SSN card on hand

My K1 Visa Journey

March 05, 2011: I-129F packet sent

March 14, 2011: NOA1

May 20, 2011: NOA2(approved in 67 days from NOA1, with no RFEs)

June 24, 2011: NVC received approved petition from USCIS

June 29, 2011: Approved original petition left NVC to US Embassy-Manila

July 15, 2011: Eligibility letter received from US Embassy-Manila(dated July 11, 2011)

October 26 - June 5, 2012: SLEC trap!!! (DOT tx to vaccine administration)

June 7, 2012: Interview (APPROVED!) :)

June 18, 2012: Visa picked up at the embassy

June 20, 2012: POE in Detroit

proud of my family

:)

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Yes, I would put the Miami address. No problem not staying there, just make sure to change your address once you get to the USA. Many people change their minds as to where they want to live, it is not an issue.


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Yes, I would put the Miami address. No problem not staying there, just make sure to change your address once you get to the USA. Many people change their minds as to where they want to live, it is not an issue.

Thank you so much! Now I'm relieved. :)


Sam's CRBA, US Passport, and SSN Journey

Nov. 2010: CRBA and US passport application sent(via Air21)

Dec. 08, 2010: Interview(DNA was recommended)

April 04, 2011: CRBA and US passport on hand

April 2011: SSN Application sent (mailed original docs thru 2GO)

April 29, 2011: SSN card on hand

My K1 Visa Journey

March 05, 2011: I-129F packet sent

March 14, 2011: NOA1

May 20, 2011: NOA2(approved in 67 days from NOA1, with no RFEs)

June 24, 2011: NVC received approved petition from USCIS

June 29, 2011: Approved original petition left NVC to US Embassy-Manila

July 15, 2011: Eligibility letter received from US Embassy-Manila(dated July 11, 2011)

October 26 - June 5, 2012: SLEC trap!!! (DOT tx to vaccine administration)

June 7, 2012: Interview (APPROVED!) :)

June 18, 2012: Visa picked up at the embassy

June 20, 2012: POE in Detroit

proud of my family

:)

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