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I want to send my packet out soon but I the petitioner, will probably be moving sometime next spring and my Fiance will move from his residence in London. Will there be any set backs when we request for address change? Or how do you go about that, once you have sent your packet already...? Does it matter if my Fiance moves... will he receive anything in London for future interview or just me here in the states?

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I want to send my packet out soon but I the petitioner, will probably be moving sometime next spring and my Fiance will move from his residence in London. Will there be any set backs when we request for address change? Or how do you go about that, once you have sent your packet already...? Does it matter if my Fiance moves... will he receive anything in London for future interview or just me here in the states?

There will not be any setbacks as long as you change the address. :thumbs: You can do that online or by simply giving USCIS a call after you have received your NOA1.. You can change both yours and your Fiances!! Afterwards you will receive a Hard copy confirming the change.. I know first hand because I was able to change my address as well while waiting for NOA2.. :yes:

Good Luck on your Journey.. :dance:

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