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We have a house!! but ?s when to notify..

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Fiance signed to rent a house. He picks up the keys on Monday. That said he prob wont actually move in until we move down which will be ASAP after my interview hopefully.

On all our papers we used his mailing address (he still lives at home with Mom..) as future residence bc we hadnt found a place yet.

When do I let immigration know? He wont be there much as playoffs start this week, who knows where he'll be and when they will finish up and I dont want papers sitting there..I dont think he'll change any of his ID until we officially move in etc..

Do i bring a copy of the lease to my interview? change everything then? Or wait till we send in our marriage liscence/papers etc?

help..

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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I applied for our K-1 in October and in Feb I moved to another house, I would say do the change of address once he has the keys. It was really easy, he just had to do change of address at the USCIS website, it took me maybe all of 10 minutes, and then one or 2 days later I recieved a confirmation email. Thats was it. Since then I have recieved the NOA2 and the NVC letter at this new address, so I know everything was fine. As far as I know, you dont have to take anything to the interview. Good luck !


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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For a K1 its alot easier now to do the change of address. it used to be you had to do it by phone and by paper to two different addresses. now you just do it online. Remember its not just your change of adress taht has to show this new place its also your sponsor that has to do a change of addy as well. you can update the address at your interview more than likely. they always ask if the info they have is current on the ds 160 156 etc. and they will ask again at poe.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Congrats on the new place! :)

Not to be nosey, but playoffs? If your fiance involved in the NHL? That would be neat.

thanks..we are excited..first time kids will have a big backyard.

yeah hes a sportswriter he solely covers the penguins. So when we are down in a couple weeks for my son to attend hockey tryouts we may not even see him, i was like ill google the address and leave me a key under a mat I guess..I havent seen it yet..:( At least the babe is due end of July and not playoffs, and he will be off most of the summer with us.

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