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Eva  Malahova

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Russia
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I am in a process of getting a new job, and it is in a different state than where I live now, however it belongs to the same service center(Texas). How is it going to affect the process if I already sent out I-130 with a different address and I am waiting for NOA, to send to Chicago with I-129 F? I-129 F will have a new address now.....Anybody knows if I need to file an address change of some sort?Please help the paranoya:)

Thanks in adavance for your answers.


Eva.

I-130 approved in 113 days

NVC Processing

07.11.06 Case number assigned

07.24.06 DS 3032/AOS Bill Generated

07.26.2006 DS 3032 via email

07.28.2006 AOS fee paid and overnighted

07.29.06 NVC confirmed getting choice of agent

07.31.2006 Recieved actual AOS/DS 3032 bill via regular mail

07.31.2006 IV Bill generated

08.05.2006 IV bill recieved

08.11.2006 IV Bill Paid sent by mail

08.26.2006 Finally got Affidavit papers by mail

08.28.2006 Sent Affidavit by mail

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7.17.2006 Replied to IMBRA RFE 07.18.2006 Touched ( I guess they recieved RFE) 07.24.2006 Touched

7.26.2006 Touched again 7.28.06 Touched again (they keep sending it to the old address) This case is stuck!

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Yes you need to notify them of any address change. You can call 1800 375 5283 or email the service center.....or do both. They are up and down all over the place when it comes to change of address at service center stage. Many members have had issues with address change not being updated. I would advise doing a redirect just in case...you dont want anything getting mailed out that you miss.


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