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hello everyone, i just want to ask if it will become a problem on my interview when CO asked me about my hubbys add in the US and i will tell them that his address that was written in all the forms that we submitted to NVC was only for the purpose of immigration? The address in all the papers written in the papers we submitted to NVC was his parents address. he told me that he only use it so that all the mails coming from NVC will be directed to his parents house. his real add was the house of his brother and most of the time they were all out because they were all working thats why his mailing address was of his nparents house. will it raise a conflict if i reason it out?pls help me thanks :blush::unsure:

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hello everyone, i just want to ask if it will become a problem on my interview when CO asked me about my hubbys add in the US and i will tell them that his address that was written in all the forms that we submitted to NVC was only for the purpose of immigration? The address in all the papers written in the papers we submitted to NVC was his parents address. he told me that he only use it so that all the mails coming from NVC will be directed to his parents house. his real add was the house of his brother and most of the time they were all out because they were all working thats why his mailing address was of his nparents house. will it raise a conflict if i reason it out?pls help me thanks :blush::unsure:

Resident address could be different than Mailing address. Its not big problem. but make sure that your husband mention that on your DS-230 form. If he is not mention it, you might change it during the processing in your interview time or at NVC level.

Good Luck!


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Resident address could be different than Mailing address. Its not big problem. but make sure that your husband mention that on your DS-230 form. If he is not mention it, you might change it during the processing in your interview time or at NVC level.

Good Luck!

he doesnt mention anything on the DS 230 form but as afar as i remember, the questions regarding were we intend to live, i wrote down the address of his brother..thats why im confused now..

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