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Hi everyone,

I received my NOA2 yesterday, unexpectedly well within timescale, and am now looking forward to sailing through the NVC stage. We're very prepared and have everything we need ahead of time.

My issue is that, immediately following the NOA2, my address has changed as I've left my apartment to wait out the rest of the process at my parent's house in Wales. I am the beneficiary.

I have since e-mailed the NVC with our CIS receipt number (we don't have an NVC case number just yet), names, dates of births and other relevant details to make them aware of the change of address. My question is - is this adequate enough?

I also have an additional question - I obtained my ACRO Police Certificate back in June/July ready for the NVC and medical examination, but this is when I was living at my old address. Will I need to obtain a new certificate to cover my new address?

Many thanks for all your help, as ever.

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Unlike a K1, your CR1 case will remain at NVC long enough to get a change of address done with them. Couple of months maybe?? You may want to try that change of address again when they actually have your case in their system at NVC.

Your police certificate covers the whole of the United Kingdom so the address it was mailed to should not matter. Way...way back, people had to rely on local police stations based in all the towns where they had lived. Now all records are centralized and check you out for the whole country.


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Don't change your address,, it's not needed. Just complete the new address on the DS-260 and AOS forms where appropriate.


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Don't change your address,, it's not needed. Just complete the new address on the DS-260 and AOS forms where appropriate.

Great, thanks a lot for your help.


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