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Hi, everyone)

Please, if able, help me with my question. i cannot find the answer anywhere...

i have conditional GC, that expires in fall 2013. this fall 2012 i'm planning to go back to studying, not in CA though, where we live, but in WA. as this is where i would like to get my degree. So...if i change my address for a while, even one semester (i have to get to university again for my career) will that b an issue when i file the form to remove conditions. do i have to mention it there? will that be considered physical separation? what are the possible consequences? Anyone with similar situation, pls help... i have my brain steaming by now trying to get the answer... Thank you very much for your time ans answers :) )

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Hi, everyone)

Please, if able, help me with my question. i cannot find the answer anywhere...

i have conditional GC, that expires in fall 2013. this fall 2012 i'm planning to go back to studying, not in CA though, where we live, but in WA. as this is where i would like to get my degree. So...if i change my address for a while, even one semester (i have to get to university again for my career) will that b an issue when i file the form to remove conditions. do i have to mention it there? will that be considered physical separation? what are the possible consequences? Anyone with similar situation, pls help... i have my brain steaming by now trying to get the answer... Thank you very much for your time ans answers :) )

Why do you want to change your address anyway, keep the old address where you call home or where your spouse lives. You are free to move to any state for any reason,

but the question is if you leave your spouse back in CA , it might raise some red flags. Assuming that you are happily married,

if I were you I would not change my address with USCIS for one semester.

I would temporarily move to WA to study & come back home. It is that simple. You have got a plenty time to apply for ROC anyway.

Edited by Cino

"Patience is the key to the paradise (US Citizenship, in our case)"

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