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G-325a advanced question for K-1 packet...

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Hello again.

Another question about the G-325a this time dealing with content on the form.

The form is quite straight forward and simple and very easy to fill in.

I am currently living in Mexico with my fiancee and will be sending in my packet from here. However, I would like all the notices and my priamary contact to be my parents address in the United States.

Should I indicate my present as address as my Parents address instead of my Mexico address?

Can this issue be addressed somewhere else? Like the cover letter? or the I-129f form?

Thanks again!!


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Hello again.

Another question about the G-325a this time dealing with content on the form.

The form is quite straight forward and simple and very easy to fill in.

I am currently living in Mexico with my fiancee and will be sending in my packet from here. However, I would like all the notices and my priamary contact to be my parents address in the United States.

Should I indicate my present as address as my Parents address instead of my Mexico address?

Can this issue be addressed somewhere else? Like the cover letter? or the I-129f form?

Thanks again!!

Your temporary address isnt important & shouldnt affect what is to come in your case. Keep it simple by using the U S address. You are still a legal resident of the U S A.

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The G-325A only asks for residence address. I think you would put the mailing address on the I-129F.


K-1 Visa
04-29-2011: I-129F Sent
05-05-2011: I-129F NOA1
07-18-2011: I-129F NOA2
08-08-2011: NVC Received
08-09-2011: NVC Left
08-10-2011: Consulate Received
08-26-2011: Consulate mailed Packet 3 (invitation letter)
09-01-2011: Packet 3 (invitation letter) Received in US
09-10-2011: Packet 3 (invitation letter) Received in Mexico
09-22-2011: Interview: APPROVED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
10-04-2011: DHL Waybill number appears in the afternoon
10-05-2011: Picked up visa from DHL office
11-08-2011: POE Houston, Texas
11-19-2011: Married!

AOS
12-06-2011: Applied for Social Security Number
12-08-2011: AOS package sent (I-485, I-765, I-131, and supporting docs)
12-12-2011: Received Social Security Number and card in the mail
12-20-2011: Received NOA1 for I-485, I-765, and I-131
01-06-2012: Completed ASC appointment
02-02-2012: Received appointment notice for AOS interview on March 1, 2012
03-01-2012: Green card interview: APPROVED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
03-10-2012: Green card received

ROC

12-27-2013: I-751 Sent

01-02-2014: Received NOA1 for I-751

01-24-2014: Completed ASC appointment

04-01-2014: APPROVED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (no interview)

CITIZENSHIP

11-14-2016: N-400 Sent

05-19-2017: Naturalization interview:  APPROVED!!!!!!!

06-28-2017: Citizenship ceremony

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