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Filing for DS 230 1&2

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hi..my husband (active army) and i are currently stationed in germany..my hubs is a US citizen and im not(not german citizen either)..i filed recently for a 1-130 and has been approved..so now im suppose to start the DS 230 1&2.my husband just got an assignment date,so we probably heading back stateside sooner.

my home address has been,over 2 yrs,in germany and you know how the army moves us,so getting a permanent address is impossible for some.

in the DS 230 form,theres a question about permenant address in the US and if planning to go to US,what will be permanent address to send the green card.

ive been in germany for over 2 and a half years and still havent got orders to where to go next.

my question is,what do i put in the US address,eventhough ive been living in germany? Also,looks like my hubs will be pcs-ing soon and will my immigration papers will be a setback if we pcs? please any suggestion would much appreciated..thanks

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You can put say his parents address to send the greencard to. Your papers will not be set back if your husband PCS's. In fact, as soon as he gets orders/assignment, he can call to expedite your case. You should be fine and have your visa before flying to the US. You guys DCF there in Germany right? If so, your case will be quick and you should have your visa before you know it. :thumbs:

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