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Filing ROC from Germany.

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Hello!

We are currently stationed in Germany, I already changed my address to my APO address and I was wondering where am I supposed to send my ROC paperwork to? I don't have a US address right now and they don't show the option for those who are away from the US.

Thank you for the information!

Can someone tell me where can I get the fingerprint cards? (form FD-258?)

thank you, i'd really appreciate the help!

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**** Moving from US Citizenship to Military forum as this seemed most appropriate- if you want it moved to ROC forum let me know. ****


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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You can get your fingerprints taken on post or at the nearest US Consulate. Wheren in Germany are you stationed? If you're in Kaiserslautern, you can only do it at Vogelweh.

The I-751 instructions state that if you're overseas, you should file with the USCIS office having jurisdiction over your stateside home of record. See page 3, bottom left.


05/2007 - got married in Germany

05/2007 - filed I-130 via DCF in Frankfurt

08/2007 - interview to prove bona fide marriage

09/2007 - hubby PCSed to GA

10/2007 - hubby deployed to Iraq

04/2008 - hubby on RnR in Germany

08/2008 - received CR-1 visa

12/2008 - flew to GA alone to welcome home the hubs

09/2009 - PCSed to CA

03/2010 - we're pregnant!

06/2010 - applied for German "BBG" to retain German citizenship during naturalization

08/2010 - BBG granted

09/2010 - filed ROC

12/2010 - received 10 year GC

12/2010 - our little miracle is born!!!

01/2011 - PCSed to Germany

01/2012 - filed N-400 for overseas naturalization

03-15-2012 - Best of Both Worlds, I'm a dual citizen :-)

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