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I-94 QuestionI have just seen a sample of the I-94, Question # 8 : country where you live does it mean where i have been living before i come to the

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I have just seen a sample of the I-94,

Question # 8 : country where you live

does it mean where i have been living before i come to the states or where i will be leaving in the states?

if before i come to the states then i've been in the uk for the last 2 years , do i write down United Kingdom or my country of citizenship ?

Question # 12 : Address while in the United States ( number and street )

Question # 13 : City and state

so hopefully we are going to get married in Florida and assuming that my POE will be Florida as well and we might stay there after marriage , but on the packet 3 forms before the interview the address was Indiana, we never mentioned Florida on any of the previous forms, ( so i think the address mentioned in the sealed packet is Indiana)

my question is What should i say, Indiana or Florida address , in case i chose Florida, is it going to be a problem since the address will not be identical to the one in the sealed packet? will the immigration office at the airport question that?

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I have just seen a sample of the I-94,

Question # 8 : country where you live

does it mean where i have been living before i come to the states or where i will be leaving in the states?

if before i come to the states then i've been in the uk for the last 2 years , do i write down United Kingdom or my country of citizenship ?

Question # 12 : Address while in the United States ( number and street )

Question # 13 : City and state

so hopefully we are going to get married in Florida and assuming that my POE will be Florida as well and we might stay there after marriage , but on the packet 3 forms before the interview the address was Indiana, we never mentioned Florida on any of the previous forms, ( so i think the address mentioned in the sealed packet is Indiana)

my question is What should i say, Indiana or Florida address , in case i chose Florida, is it going to be a problem since the address will not be identical to the one in the sealed packet? will the immigration office at the airport question that?

You will put down whatever address you will going to stay at when you arrive. It does not matter what address you previously entered on forms. You need to put the address you will be living at after you arrive in the US.

It asks for the country where you live. If you lived in the UK, then put that.

I think you are over-thinking and over-analyzing the form.

Edited by Jay-Kay

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You will put down whatever address you will going to stay at when you arrive. It does not matter what address you previously entered on forms. You need to put the address you will be living at after you arrive in the US.

It asks for the country where you live. If you lived in the UK, then put that.

I think you are over-thinking and over-analyzing the form.

Thank you

i just wanted to be sure, this whole process made us think way too much

Edited by MiSeRaBle123

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