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Hi i married to US citizen and im filling all the documents including I-130 and I-485

and im trying to send all the documents by this weekend.

I live in north carolina now but me and my husband will be moving to california next month. so i want to get ducuments and be interviewed in California.

what should i put on my papers for the address? should i put the one in CA (i already know the address) or should i put the one in NC?

i don't want them to work on everything for the address in NC but i also don't want them to think i lied. since i have to put in the papers (current address )

which address should i put ?

anyone help me plz :/ ?

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Netherlands
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; I would put in your new address on the forms.

Go to USCIS.gov where you can let your address changed. It should be just fine :thumbs:


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Germany
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I had the same dilemma and would put your NEW address. Silly me, I had put my old address and indicated on the form that I wanted my application to be processed at the field office responsible for my new area. While the interview was no problem, USCIS nonetheless scheduled my biometrics appointment for my old address. I know that one can reschedule such an appointment, but I was paranoid that doing so would cause a delay - and I did not like that idea. Thus, I flew back to my old hometown just for the biometrics... All that could have been avoided by simply using my new address.

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