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One of the questions on the I-129F is that you need the address of where you and your fiancee plan to live. I currently live in an apartment and the lease expires in March 2013. After I leave the apartment, I plan on renting a house so there will be more bedrooms available. We do not want to wait until after I move into the house to file the petition, we would like to file it next month. So my question is, what address would I use for the petition? I can't use the apartment because I won't be living here when she comes over and I can't list a future address that I don't know what it is yet. Thanks for taking your time to read my post and any help would be appreciated. I did call the USCIS customer service but the gentlemen couldn't answer my question.

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