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A little about my situation: I am a 27 year old male. I have been teaching English in Korea for the last 2 years. I met a Korean woman who I plan to marry. I got back to the US on Oct. 7. I don't yet have a permanent residence or a job. My hometown is St. Louis, Missouri, but my mom recently moved to Connecticut. While I'm leaning towards moving in with my mom and pursuing a job out there, I haven't completely made up my mind yet. I will fly up there next week and hopefully that will give me info I need to make my final decision.

With that in mind, I am also putting the finishing touches on the i129-f materials. However, I don't know what to write for the question regarding my address, or the address where my fiance will stay when she gets here. Does anyone have any knowledge about or experience with changing addresses while applying for a K1 visa? What are the ramifications of moving to a new city or state during the process?

Any information or advice will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Andy

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I moved while waiting for the K-1 to be approved for my wife. It was very simple to update the address online.

Your bigger worry is the lack of a job. You need to show enough income to qualify to bring her here and that means current income. You have none, so you'll be denied without a co-sponsor. I'm not sure how welcoming they are of co-sponsors in Korea, but in some countries its hard to use one, because its totally up the the embassy's discretion on accepting a co-sponsor for a K-1 visa.


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A little about my situation: I am a 27 year old male. I have been teaching English in Korea for the last 2 years. I met a Korean woman who I plan to marry. I got back to the US on Oct. 7. I don't yet have a permanent residence or a job. My hometown is St. Louis, Missouri, but my mom recently moved to Connecticut. While I'm leaning towards moving in with my mom and pursuing a job out there, I haven't completely made up my mind yet. I will fly up there next week and hopefully that will give me info I need to make my final decision.

With that in mind, I am also putting the finishing touches on the i129-f materials. However, I don't know what to write for the question regarding my address, or the address where my fiance will stay when she gets here. Does anyone have any knowledge about or experience with changing addresses while applying for a K1 visa? What are the ramifications of moving to a new city or state during the process?

Any information or advice will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Andy

you fill whatever your present address is, you can change it later online.

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