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Notification of Change of UK Address......How to?

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I'm also interested in this as I need to change mine as well.


04/15/2014 - Filed I129-F

04/22/2014 - NOA 1 received (TSC)

08/11/2014 - Notice of transfer received (CSC)

09/18/2014 - NOA 2 received

11/12/2014 - Interview Date (approved)

12/01/2014 - US Arrival Date

12/10/2014 - Married

02/05/2014 - AOS Filed

02/28/2015 - Notified of Request for Initial Evidence

03/10/2015 - Sent Requested Evidence

04/03/2015 - EAD and Advanced Parole Approved

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Copy and paste from a suggestion I gave to Julie+Matt last week--

Julie--

A change of address isn't vital for him. From the K1 London guide--

Your case arrives in London. The embassy will send the beneficiary a letter of instruction. Its not a packet, but just a letter that essentially says We have your approved petition from the NVC and we're ready for you to begin submitting your forms and have your medical. The letter has a link to the embassy website where you will find forms and instructions.

(This next part is for you Julie because he won't get a letter. But he doesn't need the actual letter for anything. He just needs to Know London has his file)

Shortcut for those who cant wait for their letter: If you have obtained your LND number, you can enter it in the CEAC Visa Status Check site,. Choose immigrant in the drop down. Include the letters LND with your number. The important thing here is to forget the text at the bottom about scheduling interviews or anything like that the Embassy does that for you once you've sent everything in. There are two main statuses at this point:

In Transit-- This one means your case is on its way from the NVC to London.

Ready-- This one means London has your casefile and is waiting to receive something needed to progress your case. You may begin submitting forms and booking the medical.

He will fill out his DS-160 with the new address and that is where his interview letter will go. He will also sign up for the courier delivery of his visa putting any address he wishes. They will not use the address from the petition.


England.gifENGLAND ---

K-1 Timeline 4 months, 19 days 03-10-08 VSC to 7-29-08 Interview London

10-05-08 Married

AOS Timeline 5 months, 14 days 10-9-08 to 3-23-09 No interview

Removing Conditions Timeline 5 months, 20 days12-27-10 to 06-10-11 No interview

Citizenship Timeline 3 months, 26 days 12-31-11 Dallas to 4-26-12 Interview Houston

05-16-12 Oath ceremony

The journey from Fiancé to US citizenship:

4 years, 2 months, 6 days

243 pages of forms/documents submitted

No RFEs

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Glorious Nich. Chelsea hates talking to people on the phone haha

Thanks for this.

Copy and paste from a suggestion I gave to Julie+Matt last week--


Julie--

A change of address isn't vital for him. From the K1 London guide--

Your case arrives in London. The embassy will send the beneficiary a letter of instruction. Its not a packet, but just a letter that essentially says We have your approved petition from the NVC and we're ready for you to begin submitting your forms and have your medical. The letter has a link to the embassy website where you will find forms and instructions.


(This next part is for you Julie because he won't get a letter. But he doesn't need the actual letter for anything. He just needs to Know London has his file)

Shortcut for those who cant wait for their letter: If you have obtained your LND number, you can enter it in the CEAC Visa Status Check site,. Choose immigrant in the drop down. Include the letters LND with your number. The important thing here is to forget the text at the bottom about scheduling interviews or anything like that the Embassy does that for you once you've sent everything in. There are two main statuses at this point:
In Transit-- This one means your case is on its way from the NVC to London.
Ready-- This one means London has your casefile and is waiting to receive something needed to progress your case. You may begin submitting forms and booking the medical.


He will fill out his DS-160 with the new address and that is where his interview letter will go. He will also sign up for the courier delivery of his visa putting any address he wishes. They will not use the address from the petition.

04/15/2014 - Filed I129-F

04/22/2014 - NOA 1 received (TSC)

08/11/2014 - Notice of transfer received (CSC)

09/18/2014 - NOA 2 received

11/12/2014 - Interview Date (approved)

12/01/2014 - US Arrival Date

12/10/2014 - Married

02/05/2014 - AOS Filed

02/28/2015 - Notified of Request for Initial Evidence

03/10/2015 - Sent Requested Evidence

04/03/2015 - EAD and Advanced Parole Approved

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