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Thank you to everyone !!!.. - One last question reg I-130

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Thankyou to everyone who offered advice in the last posts....... I would like somebody just to confirm what we are about to do is correct....

1. Although we both currently live in the UK , we will put my wifes US address (address of her parents)

on the I-130 petition (question 2.)

2. on question 22. (last place you both lived together) - I will put our address in the UK and state "to" date as "present"

3. On the G325A forms I will put last 5 years worth of addresses.. with our UK address as the most recent ?

What is the difference between domicile and where you reside ?

Thanks !!!!! :thumbs:

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What is the difference between domicile and where you reside ?

Domicile :Place where a person has his or her principal residence. The person must intend to keep that residence for the foreseeable future. The sponsor of an immigrant must have domicile in the United States before the visa can be issued. This generally means that the sponsor must be living in the United States. In certain circumstances, however one can be considered to have a domicile while living temporarily living overseas.

:) JR


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Looks good to go :thumbs:

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