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USC change of address after NOA2

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This is the USC petitioner and I have recently moved into a new apartment. We received NOA2 in July and my fiancee received the letter from the embassy today. She is gathering paperwork and waiting for my I-134 package. I was wondering if I need to change my address with both USCIS and NVC, and if the online form would suffice at this point or do I need to mail in a form. On the I-134 package and docs I put my newest address. Thanks!

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This is the USC petitioner and I have recently moved into a new apartment. We received NOA2 in July and my fiancee received the letter from the embassy today. She is gathering paperwork and waiting for my I-134 package. I was wondering if I need to change my address with both USCIS and NVC, and if the online form would suffice at this point or do I need to mail in a form. On the I-134 package and docs I put my newest address. Thanks!

Just to be on the safe side, I would change it with USCIS and just make sure that your fiancee uses the new address on all the forms she'll have to fill out to present at the Embassy; that way everything should be up to date.

I wouldn't bother with the NVC because they are just processing the visa papers to be sent to the Embassy in Spain.

On a not-unrelated topic; could you edit your profile to show the correct Service Center? I noticed that your Timeline is correct and shows California, but on your profile is says Texas. This may seem rather irrelevant, but it tends to create confusion among other members.

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Just to be on the safe side, I would change it with USCIS and just make sure that your fiancee uses the new address on all the forms she'll have to fill out to present at the Embassy; that way everything should be up to date.

I wouldn't bother with the NVC because they are just processing the visa papers to be sent to the Embassy in Spain.

On a not-unrelated topic; could you edit your profile to show the correct Service Center? I noticed that your Timeline is correct and shows California, but on your profile is says Texas. This may seem rather irrelevant, but it tends to create confusion among other members.

Can I fill out the online form or do I need to send the form in by mail?

I mailed the petition to the Texas location and it was forwarded to California.

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Can I fill out the online form or do I need to send the form in by mail?

I mailed the petition to the Texas location and it was forwarded to California.

Aye, but your profile says that your filing location is Texas Service Center.. you filed in Texas, but not the Service Center. You mailed the things to the Dallas Lockbox.

Anyway.. call USCIS first to see if they can update it right away, and ask if you need to follow up your request with the online form.

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