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Ok folks.

It's really simple. I live in the US, he lives in UK, we're waiting on NOA2. We need to update his address.

Everything I read here said I need to fill out AR-11 and also call to change his address.

The nice lady on the phone at the 1-800 number says no, all I do is construct a letter to Vermont with the change.

Can anyone clear up whether this is correct or not. Is it even worth changing at this stage or should he just fill out the new on on his DS-130 or whatever that form is he fills out after we get NOA2. I mean, is anyone actually going to take the letter I send and put it with my file or bother to update his info?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
Timeline

Ok folks.

It's really simple. I live in the US, he lives in UK, we're waiting on NOA2. We need to update his address.

Everything I read here said I need to fill out AR-11 and also call to change his address.

The nice lady on the phone at the 1-800 number says no, all I do is construct a letter to Vermont with the change.

Can anyone clear up whether this is correct or not. Is it even worth changing at this stage or should he just fill out the new on on his DS-130 or whatever that form is he fills out after we get NOA2. I mean, is anyone actually going to take the letter I send and put it with my file or bother to update his info?

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If you move while your case is pending, you need to notify the service center where your application is being processed. If you check your NOA1 on the bottom left side of it, you'll notice that they providing you with their mailing address in case you move while your case is pending. Write a letter to them with your new address, and attach with it a copy of your NOA1.


I-129F Sent: 02/20/12

Received at VSC: 2/27/12

NOA1 Dated: 2/27/12

RFE: 9/04/12

RFE Response: 9/11/12

RFE Response Review: 9/12/12

NOA2 (Text): 9/26/12

NOA2 Hardcopy received: 9/29/12

NVC Received our file: 10/02/12

NVC Sent our file to the embassy: 10/04/12

Embassy received our file: 10/08/12

Package 3 received: 10/15/12

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If you move while your case is pending, you need to notify the service center where your application is being processed. If you check your NOA1 on the bottom left side of it, you'll notice that they providing you with their mailing address in case you move while your case is pending. Write a letter to them with your new address, and attach with it a copy of your NOA1.

I am going to be in a similar situation in less than a couple of months, when I will be moving and when we should be (hopefully) getting our NOA2..

Is it worth changing the address of the beneficiary at that stage? I understand the importance of having the current address of the USC but USCIS is not going to send anything to the beneficiary.

I was thinking of phoning up the London Embassy when we gonna get the case number and provide them with my new address then (I will also get my mail redirected to my new address)


K1

23 Jan 2012: sent I-129F

01 Feb 2012: received hard copy NOA1

28 June 2012: NOA2

18 July 2012: LND case number

25 July 2012: sent packet 3 docs

28 July 2012: Packet 3 received

30 July 2012: medical done

09 Aug 2012: Packet 4 received

14 Aug 2012 8am: interview: APPROVED!

20 Aug 2012: VISA received!!

06 Oct 2012: POE in Anchorage (AK)

10 Nov 2012: Wedding in California

AOS

Jan 03, 2013: package sent to Chicago!

Jan 10, 2013: email/text notification of receipt of all 3!

Jan 19, 2013: biometric letter received

Jan 30, 2013: biometric appointment at 12pm

Mar 06, 2013: EAD/AP card in production

Mar 12, 2013: received interview appointment letter

Mar 15, 2013: EAD/AP combo card received!

Mar 21, 2013: Interview in Anchorage..APPROVED!

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Australia
Timeline

Thats my plan when I move in a couple of months. I don't see the point in notifying a change of address as the beneficiary before NOA2/packet 3, just put a mail redirection on your mail and change the address when you send your details to your embassy with packet 3.


N400

08 Mar 20: N400 filed online

14 Mar 20: Biometrics scheduled for 31 March - cancelled due to Covid19 shutdown.  waiting on reschedule....

 

ROC

31 Jul 15: ROC (I-751) sent

19 Jan 16: Greencard received

AOS

26 Feb 13: AOS (I-485, I-131, I-765) sent

06 Mar 13: NOA1's received

03 Apr 13: Biometrics completed

12 Sept 13: Interview - Memphis, approved!

Sept 13: Greencard received.

California Service Centre

17 May 12: I-129f sent

23 May 12: NOA1

20 Aug 12: NOA2 (89 days)

20 Nov 12: Interview in Sydney

29 Nov 12: Visa Issued

05 Dec 12: POE Honolulu

20 Dec 12: Wedding day

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