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Hello,

My Fiance(petitioner) works in construction and they tend to move every year or so a new job. Chances are he will move while the K-1 is being processed. We plan on filing it next week and he will likely move by October but we won't know where until closer. So that being said it will change his address and where I intend to live. Has anyone had experience with this? How will we change the information once it is sent in?? Will this be a major problem?

Thanks!


K-1

04/20/2012- I-129F Package Sent!

04/25/2012- NOA1

07/31/2012- NOA2

08/06/2012- NOA2 Hard-copy

08/08/2012- NVC Received

08/13/2012- NVC Left

08/17/2012- Consulate Received

08/17/2012- Packet 3 Received

08/20/2012- Packet 3 Sent

08/20/2012- Packet 4 Received

08/23/2012- Medical

09/04/2012- Interview---Approved smile.png

11/20/2012- POE Blue Water Bridge

11/24/2012- Wedding!!

AOS

12/24/2012- AOS Mailed

01/02/2013- NOA1,AOS, EAD/AP

01/25/2013- Biometrics

02/20/2013- EAD & AP Approved

03/04/2013- EAD & AP Combo Card Received

07/29/2013- AOS Approved

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Hello,

My Fiance(petitioner) works in construction and they tend to move every year or so a new job. Chances are he will move while the K-1 is being processed. We plan on filing it next week and he will likely move by October but we won't know where until closer. So that being said it will change his address and where I intend to live. Has anyone had experience with this? How will we change the information once it is sent in?? Will this be a major problem?

Thanks!

No, just call the number on the Notification and change the address over the phone. Be sure to also forward your mail to the new address through the post office.

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Your fiancé can also submit the change of address online, http://1.usa.gov/HJiJqH. Good luck!


Part One: The K-1 Visa Journey:

USCIS Receipt of I-129F: January 24, 2012 | Petition Approval: June 15, 2012 (No RFEs)
Interview: October 24, 2012 - Review | Visa Delivered: October 31, 2012



Part Two: Entry and Adjusting Status:

POE: November 18, 2012 (at SFO) - Review
Wedding: December 1, 2012 | Social Security: New cards received on December 7, 2012.
AOS Package (I-485/I-765/I-131) NOA1: February 19, 2013 | Biometrics Appt.: March 18, 2013
AP/EAD Approved: April 29, 2013 | Card Received: May 6, 2013 | AOS Interview Appt.: May 16, 2013 - Approved Review Card Received: May 24, 2013

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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Hello,

My Fiance(petitioner) works in construction and they tend to move every year or so a new job. Chances are he will move while the K-1 is being processed. We plan on filing it next week and he will likely move by October but we won't know where until closer. So that being said it will change his address and where I intend to live. Has anyone had experience with this? How will we change the information once it is sent in?? Will this be a major problem?

Thanks!

It can be. Even after making notification it can take months for USCIS to update the file and they do not forward mail. I would suggest your fiancee choose a MAILING address that will not change during the process, it can even be a PO Box, and then get someone he TRUSTS to check that mailbox every week or so. A friend or relative would be even better. This way he will not miss any notifications. Unfortunately there is no RELIABLE online system where he can tell if he is getting an RFE or any other notification. The form allows you to list a separate MAILING address. He would still be required to provide a change of address for his "permanent" address when he moves but leave the MAILING address the same.


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It can be. Even after making notification it can take months for USCIS to update the file and they do not forward mail. I would suggest your fiancee choose a MAILING address that will not change during the process, it can even be a PO Box, and then get someone he TRUSTS to check that mailbox every week or so. A friend or relative would be even better. This way he will not miss any notifications. Unfortunately there is no RELIABLE online system where he can tell if he is getting an RFE or any other notification. The form allows you to list a separate MAILING address. He would still be required to provide a change of address for his "permanent" address when he moves but leave the MAILING address the same.

That makes a lot more sense. I am just unclear on where the option to put the mailing address separate from the permanent address on the I-129. Would question 2 serve as the mailing address and question 14 be the permanent address? Sorry I just want to make sure everything is correct!


K-1

04/20/2012- I-129F Package Sent!

04/25/2012- NOA1

07/31/2012- NOA2

08/06/2012- NOA2 Hard-copy

08/08/2012- NVC Received

08/13/2012- NVC Left

08/17/2012- Consulate Received

08/17/2012- Packet 3 Received

08/20/2012- Packet 3 Sent

08/20/2012- Packet 4 Received

08/23/2012- Medical

09/04/2012- Interview---Approved smile.png

11/20/2012- POE Blue Water Bridge

11/24/2012- Wedding!!

AOS

12/24/2012- AOS Mailed

01/02/2013- NOA1,AOS, EAD/AP

01/25/2013- Biometrics

02/20/2013- EAD & AP Approved

03/04/2013- EAD & AP Combo Card Received

07/29/2013- AOS Approved

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That makes a lot more sense. I am just unclear on where the option to put the mailing address separate from the permanent address on the I-129. Would question 2 serve as the mailing address and question 14 be the permanent address? Sorry I just want to make sure everything is correct!

Yes. Use an address for number 2 that will likely not change, it can be parents or relatives but that will be his official contact address.


VERMONT! I Reject Your Reality...and Substitute My Own!

Gary And Alla

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