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DS-230 questions from a single soldier sponsor

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: South Korea
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I received our NOA2 (dated June 9th) so now we are preparing the documents for her interview. Some of these questions are tricky to answer because of my living situation.

10. Permanent address in the United States where you intend to live, if known (street address including ZIP code). Include the name of a person who currently lives there.

I currently live in a barracks. According to unit policy, once I have the marriage certificate I have to move out since I will start receiving BAH (basic allowance for housing). We will not be able to live on post because we can only put our names on the wait list once we're married, so we'll have to get an apartment or rental house. I have some places in mind but I haven't reserved one yet since we don't yet have an approximate date of her arrival. How should I answer this question?

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The question says, "if known". It is fine to write, well, the truth. So if you know the town, then write that and something like "specifics unknown due to military" or whatever.

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