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Filed: Country: Canada
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I am Canadian and my husband and I were recently married. We are getting ready to send in the I-130. I am currently living in Ontario, Canada, however, my best friend has recently been diagnosed with terminal cancer and is in the final stages of life and I feel I need to move back to British Columbia (where I am originally from) to be with her.

What effects will this have on our application? My address and work would change. I don't think I would actually be moving for another month or more and then living with my parents. Any suggestions on how to proceed before we send in the I-130?

Thanks so much.

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I am Canadian and my husband and I were recently married. We are getting ready to send in the I-130. I am currently living in Ontario, Canada, however, my best friend has recently been diagnosed with terminal cancer and is in the final stages of life and I feel I need to move back to British Columbia (where I am originally from) to be with her.

What effects will this have on our application? My address and work would change. I don't think I would actually be moving for another month or more and then living with my parents. Any suggestions on how to proceed before we send in the I-130?

Thanks so much.

Would you be moving before or after you send the I-130? If you're moving after, then there's really nothing you could do. Just have all forwarded to your new address; although, as the beneficiary, you shouldn't be receiving anything from NVC. Then, once you get to NVC, just put your new address on all the forms. If you move before you send the I-130, then just make sure your new address is on all the forms.

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Filed: Country: Canada
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I would be moving after we file the I-130. So it shouldn't be a problem moving within the country?

Also, we were married in Indiana and there is a spelling mistake on my parents home address on the marriage license. Will this be a problem?

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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I moved after submitting my I-130 to USCIS. On their website you can register for updates. Once registered you can change address, phone email etc. I changed my address and everything worked fine.


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You should be fine to send in your application as you would, but as people have said, update your address with USCIS.


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Filed: Other Country: China
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You should be fine to send in your application as you would, but as people have said, update your address with USCIS.

USCIS does not communicate with the foreign spouse during the petition adjudication process. The OP can just use the correct address on all papers sent to NVC after petition approval. No worries.


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