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Hello,

We are pretty well done our package except our addresses. I (beneficiary) would like to use a postal box as my address as would my Fiance the petitioner.

As we are both going to be moving during the K-1 Process and feel it would be safer to use a po.box. UCSIS said they CANNOT update the beneficiary's address so it needs to be somewhere I can get my mail.

1. On the 129F should for the petitioner, should we put the p.o box for question #2?

2. For question #14 should we put his actual apartment and have him call ucsis for that? or should it be the postal box as well??

3. For the beneficiary #2 and 15. Can those both be my postal box in Canada? These addresses will differ from our G 325A form.

4. Is question 2 asking for the MAILING address or Permanent residence?

Sorry for so many questions. Our moving is tricky and we aren't sure what to do. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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,

We are pretty well done our package except our addresses. I (beneficiary) would like to use a postal box as my address as would my Fiance the petitioner.

As we are both going to be moving during the K-1 Process and feel it would be safer to use a po.box. UCSIS said they CANNOT update the beneficiary's address so it needs to be somewhere I can get my mail.

1. On the 129F should for the petitioner, should we put the p.o box for question #2?

2. For question #14 should we put his actual apartment and have him call ucsis for that? or should it be the postal box as well??

3. For the beneficiary #2 and 15. Can those both be my postal box in Canada? These addresses will differ from our G 325A form.

4. Is question 2 asking for the MAILING address or Permanent residence?

Sorry for so many questions. Our moving is tricky and we aren't sure what to do. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

I haven't gone through this personally, but I'll do my best.

So you haven't mailed anything out yet, is that right?

**If you haven't already, call and ask the UCSIS if you can use a PO box.

If you can GREAT for you. If you can't, perhaps a friend or family members address can be used?

* From the USCIS Website: regarding Change of Address*

*If you have changed your address, you must inform USCIS of your new address. For information on filing a change of address go to the USCIS Website/ or contact the USCIS National Customer Service Center at 1--800-375-5283. NOTE: Do not submit a change of address request to the USCIS Lockbox.

I would use current addresses. Perhaps attach a 'continuation sheet', explaining you'll be using a PO box? People move, they can't hold that against you. You're providing them with honest answers to their questions.

Q1. On the 129F should the petitioner, put the p.o box for question #2?

A: I would use current addresses, as stated above.

Q2. For question #14 should we put his actual apartment and have him call ucsis for that? or should it be the postal box as well??

A: Address in USA where Fiance intends to live. Physical address in USA needed.

Q3. For the beneficiary #2 and 15. Can those both be my postal box in Canada? (These addresses will differ from our G 325A form).

A: I'd use current addresses, and use the continuation sheet as stated above.

Q4. Is question 2 asking for the MAILING address or Permanent residence?

A: "same as above"

I know these might not be the best answers, but nice to have someone answer your questions I'm sure.

Good luck & Happy Journey

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I haven't gone through this personally, but I'll do my best.

So you haven't mailed anything out yet, is that right?

**If you haven't already, call and ask the UCSIS if you can use a PO box.

If you can GREAT for you. If you can't, perhaps a friend or family members address can be used?

* From the USCIS Website: regarding Change of Address*

*If you have changed your address, you must inform USCIS of your new address. For information on filing a change of address go to the USCIS Website/ or contact the USCIS National Customer Service Center at 1--800-375-5283. NOTE: Do not submit a change of address request to the USCIS Lockbox.

I would use current addresses. Perhaps attach a 'continuation sheet', explaining you'll be using a PO box? People move, they can't hold that against you. You're providing them with honest answers to their questions.

Q1. On the 129F should the petitioner, put the p.o box for question #2?

A: I would use current addresses, as stated above.

Q2. For question #14 should we put his actual apartment and have him call ucsis for that? or should it be the postal box as well??

A: Address in USA where Fiance intends to live. Physical address in USA needed.

Q3. For the beneficiary #2 and 15. Can those both be my postal box in Canada? (These addresses will differ from our G 325A form).

A: I'd use current addresses, and use the continuation sheet as stated above.

Q4. Is question 2 asking for the MAILING address or Permanent residence?

A: "same as above"

I know these might not be the best answers, but nice to have someone answer your questions I'm sure.

Good luck & Happy Journey

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Thanks for the answer!We haven't sent it in yet, next week :)! I think we will do our current addresses and put a continuation for the mailing addresses at least for me! Thanks again! And Happy Journey!


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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