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So I successfully passed the visa interview last week, was informed that the visa will be issued within the next 10-15 days (yay!).

However, my fiancée moved to a new apartment recently (after the I-129F was approved and after I sent in all the application forms to the consulate). I forgot to mention it at the consulate (was too nervous, I guess...)

Do you think that we have to submit the changed address to anyone (USCIS or the consulate) before I travel to the U.S. in February? We're thinking of waiting until we file for AOS after our marriage.

The old address was with a family member of hers, so she will still get any mail sent there.

Maybe anyone has had the same experience, thanks for your help!


06-13-2012 - I-129F sent

10-11-2012 - NOA2

01-09-2013 - Interview (approved)

01-18-2013 - Visa received by DHL

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02-21-2013 - One-way-flight to San Diego

03-22-2013 - Wedding

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04-16-2013 - I-485, I-765 & I-131 sent

07-26-2013 - Green Card approved

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05-11-2015 - I-751 sent

08-12-2015 - ROC Approved

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05-14-2016 - N-400 sent

05-17-2016 - NOA1

06-10-2016 - Biometrics

12-16-2015 - Interview

418 days (1 year, 1 month and 23 days) from Sending out I-129F to Green Card in Hand

K1 Process: 219 days from Sending out I-129F to K1 Visa in Hand

AOS Process: 111 days from Sending out I-485 to Green Card in Hand

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Congratulations on a successful interview! I am curious, how long did it take for you to get the interview? Frankfurt has had my papers for at least a month now and told me in an email on December 18 that I would receive more information in 1-2 weeks, but nothing has come yet, and they have not replied to my second email. I went ahead, printed out the sheet for an interview appointment and sent them all of the originals and copies last Saturday. I hope that it won't be an issue that I did not wait for their package to arrive.

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