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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nepal
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I am a us citizen and applied I -130 for my husband. My husband lived uk and neatherland for few years but he is in home country now and I mention the address where he live now. However, I did not mentioned his previous address on I-130 coz I didn't know. Does that matter when they go through back ground check for my husband. Any ideas friends? :)

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~~moved to process and procedures from progress reports~~

He should have mentioned them on his G-325a.


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I agree with NLR, this should have been mentioned on the G325A, which is why I always tell people to file the forms together. I'm not even remotely sure if this would be an issue down the road, but when your spouse does the DS260 you are able to put previous address on there.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nepal
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Thanks! I mean to say that when we filed his g325a We didn't mention his previous address ( londen and Netherlands address). But I mentioned all my previous address here in USA. Is this will be big issue? Or do they go over benificiary previous address of foreign countries? Do they allow to do that since we didn't mentioned those address?

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He will have a chance to put those addresses on the DS260 when you have to go through NVC processing. Also he would need police certificates from those places depending on how long he lived there.


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