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I think I may have screwed up my original I-134

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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sigh. I don't know why I didn't think of this before but I'm getting ready to send out all the info to my fiance and I just realized something. I have a P.O. Box as well as my regular street address. I used the P.O. Box address for the I-129 form and that is where they have mailed the NOA1 and NOA2 . (I did this in case I ever had to move during this process)

Then when I filled out the affidavit of support, because it asked for "street and number" I put my regular street address down. Are they going to throw a fit about this because it's different than my 'mailing' address on the I-129? This is the original I-134 form that Montreal wants filled out by hand, and it has already been notarized.

I haven't moved or anything and they do have my actual street address on the back of the I-129 when it asked where my fiance will live when he moves to the U.S.

So, am I worrying for nothing or do I need to fill out another one with my P.O. Box and get it notarized A.S.A.P.? :(


1/28/06 Sent I-129 to TSC

2/08/06 Received NOA1

4/24/06 NOA 2 online

5/01/06 NOA 2 Received in the mail

5/11/06 Case Received at NVC

6/01/06 Packet 3 Received

6/28/06 Packet 3 Sent to Montreal

10/26/06 Interview date - POSTPONED :(

01/25/07 Interview Postponed.....again

11/01/07 Third and final Interview date allowed.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nepal
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It doesn't sound like a grievous problem and is easily explained if anyone has questions. If they ask for street and number, put street and number. I wouldn't worry about it.

Maybe someone will come along who can answer more definitively....

Best wishes for a smooth visajourney!

(F)

Maya

PS like your nickname... I used to have a very sweet lab named Lyric


Many thanks to the Visajourney community for all the help!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Thanks, Maya. That's kind of what I thought too. You know how it is. This is all so stressful, I literally worry about every single thing and start second guessing myself.

Thanks for compliment :)


1/28/06 Sent I-129 to TSC

2/08/06 Received NOA1

4/24/06 NOA 2 online

5/01/06 NOA 2 Received in the mail

5/11/06 Case Received at NVC

6/01/06 Packet 3 Received

6/28/06 Packet 3 Sent to Montreal

10/26/06 Interview date - POSTPONED :(

01/25/07 Interview Postponed.....again

11/01/07 Third and final Interview date allowed.

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