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She wants 2 move/ k-1 NOA1 IN Process

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines

Folk`s, My fiancee has tole me She is moving from Manila & going back home to Cagayan De Oro as She lost her job in Manila & can not find work,, also She wants to be with her son who has been staying with her Sister. Our K-1 Petition gives a Manila Address for her, we are in NOA1 & it is now being processed. What can I do about this change of Address & When ?

I told her it will couse problems for us, now & later having 2 run back & forth 2 Manila for the interview, St. Lukes, etc. but She still wants 2 go. ...thanks, Lar

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