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Should I move during or after i130?

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Filed: Country: Peru
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Interested in a house. Received NOA1 yesterday. I'm thinking it might be better to wait until Doris is here and we can look at houses together. Would there be any reason it would be better to do it now? I'm under the impression that they assess a big fee if the beneficiary is already in the US and you want to change residences/update your address. Though I can't remember exactly where I got this from.

Ideally it would be nice to start looking around now though it's not entirely necessary.

Thoughts? Thanks friends!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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I do not have an answer to how it may or may not affect your process, but I'd say she'd like to be present to choose it with you. You could start looking and share pictures of those houses you have in mind and discuss it with her if that's possible..

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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Well I was planning to wait for my fiance to arrive before I moved, cause I wanted him to be part of choosing a place and of decorating and all that stuff that is involved. But I was presented with a fantastic opportuniy, so I decided to take it and now 2 months later, I am finally completely moved in, and I am actually glad I did it this way, because there will already be so much going on when he arrives atleast this way I am settled and he has a place to actally settle into. As opposed to him arriving and having to up and move again.

I guess think it through and decide what would work best for you, and once you decide, then talk to her and inclde her in your decision making. I only say this, cause I am sure she trusts that you would make a proper decision and plus being here you are the one that will know whats best for the 2 of you, when she gets here.


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Filed: Country: Peru
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I appreciate the personal advice, really, but that's not what I was looking for. The reason I ask is because while we could stay here where I am currently for awhile, it's definitely not what we want long term. If there will be no fee to wait until she arrives, we can wait and it's not a big deal though if I see a good deal I want to be able to jump on it. If there WILL be a fee if we wait, I would prefer to make the move now and use that online address changer tool at USCIS' site to avoid said fee. There are other circumstances to the equation but they're not pertinent to my inquiry. We're not looking for personal advice :)

I know there is an online address changer tool at USCIS' website. If we wait until she gets here before we find a new residence, are we going to have to pay a fee in order to "update" her/our address?

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