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Hey Guys!

Just a quick question. I am currently changing my address online on the USCIS' website. After completing the AR-11, they ask if you have any pending cases because you need to have your address changed on them as well. I have two pending cases at the moment. However, I hit a bit of a snag here.

There is a drop-down menu that asks you to select whether or not you are the applicant/petitioner or a legal representative. I put that I am the applicant/petitioner and it says that if that option is selected, leave the spaces where you put the legal representative's information blank. When you try and submit it, it won't allow you to continue the process because the spaces are blank. I tried putting 'N/A' in all of the spaces and that doesn't work, either. I have tried everything and it will not allow me to pass that page.

Anybody else have the same problem? Any help would be fantastic! :D

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K-1 Visa Timeline
07/15/05: Met for the first time in Ontario, Canada. <3
07/21/10: I-129F sent to Vermont Service Center
07/29/10: I-129F NOA1 received (Approved! biggrin.png)
02/02/11: I-129F NOA2 received (No RFEs biggrin.png)
02/05/11: NVC received
02/09/11: NVC left
02/19/11: Consulate received
03/05/11: Packet 3 received
03/15/11: Packet 3 sent
03/31/11: Packet 4 received
07/26/11: Interview at consulate in Montreal (APPROVED!!)
08/04/11: Visa received
08/07/11: US Entry (from Ottawa to Chicago. No issues at all. biggrin.png)
08/19/11: Married! Finally!

K-1 AOS Timeline
07/15/05: Met for the first time in Ontario, Canada. <3
08/07/11: US Entry (from Ottawa to Chicago. No issues at all. biggrin.png)
08/19/11: Married! Finally!
08/21/11: Courthouse visit to get marriage certificate
08/30/11: Applied for SS card
09/06/11: I-485 and I-785 sent to Chicago Service Center
09/09/11: NOA received for both I-485 and I-785
09/26/11: Received SS card
11/03/11: Biometrics appointment date in Nashville, Tennessee
11/11/11: RFE received for birth certificate
11/15/11: National Benefits Center receives required documentation for RFE
11/25/11: AOS case transferred
12/02/11: EAD (I-785) approved! Yay! Time to work! biggrin.png
12/14/11: EAD card received in the mail. <3
03/09/12: Permanent residency status approved. Card in production!
03/11/12: Permanent resident card in hand. biggrin.png

Please look at timeline for remainder of info!

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Putting N/A in places where it is not applicable for you usually works. It is what is suggested by the USCIS also. I am at a loss as to why it didn't work for you. May be you can try refreshing the page and then submit it again??

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