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change of address of petitioner(USC) at the time of interview

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Hi friends,

Any of you had the experience of change of address of petitioner(USC) at the time of interview. Our case got complete. now only interview pending. Mostly we may move to a new address. pls give your thoughts

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You are at the interview stage where all information goes to the beneficiary. You, the petitioner, have not filed any paper work that requires you to notify the USCIS of an address change--that happens when you file the AOS and the I-864 form. As long as the beneficiary's address is correct and current, there is nothing that needs to be done. Get thru the interview and get approved and receive the visa. Then the beneficiary arrives in the US and you go to your new address.

When you file for AOS you will put the new address on the application form. Once inside the US both the USC and the immigrant must notify the USCIS of any address change within 10 days. This does not apply yet as the K-1 visaholder is not an immigrant yet and you have not filed the I-864.

Good luck with the interview.

Dave

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You are at the interview stage where all information goes to the beneficiary. You, the petitioner, have not filed any paper work that requires you to notify the USCIS of an address change--that happens when you file the AOS and the I-864 form. As long as the beneficiary's address is correct and current, there is nothing that needs to be done. Get thru the interview and get approved and receive the visa. Then the beneficiary arrives in the US and you go to your new address.

When you file for AOS you will put the new address on the application form. Once inside the US both the USC and the immigrant must notify the USCIS of any address change within 10 days. This does not apply yet as the K-1 visaholder is not an immigrant yet and you have not filed the I-864.

Good luck with the interview.

Dave

Thank you Dave,

but mine is CR1 visa.


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Thank you Dave,

but mine is CR1 visa.

OOPS!! Missed that. My bad. Have you files an I-864 yet? Thast is the form that requires the USC to report change of address. Since your spouse is not in the country yet, your moving has no effect unil your spouse arrives in the US and I think (having done theK-1 not sure about this) the intended address of residency can be reported at POE. If not then you can do an AR-11 for your spouse after settling into the new place.

Dave

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The I-864 is the important form, make sure that has the new address on it. It would be good to fill in a new DS 230 and have it ready, in case they want it.


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Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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