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regarding address change of beneficiary

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hello everyone...

i wanted to know if there is any way of changing the address of the beneficiary while the NOA 2 is still pending?...because the USCIS website online address change for non USC is only for those who are already in the US...I'm in my home country India...

if there is a way to do so some help regarding it would be higly appreciated...

thank you :help:

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I don't think so, there is a need to do anything.

After you NOA2 to your USC spouse, you will go through NVC process.

There you can add your address in DS230 form, that will be the only time USCIS/NVC/Embassy will look at your address.

Your address will be different on marriage certificate and DS230.

That is ok, you may have to explain it to NVC or Embassy...

that's all I know, may some one else can answer it.

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