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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Australia
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Hello guys,

I am using the following format for letters

Fiancé Letter of Intent

[PETITIONER’S OR BENEFICIARY’S NAME]
[PETITIONER’S OR BENEFICIARY’S ADDRESS]

United States Department of Homeland Security

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

[ADDRESS OF FILING LOCATION]

(Date mm-dd-yyyy)

Dear Sir or Madam:

I, (applicant’s or beneficiary’s name), do hereby state that I am legally able and willing to marry (petitioner’s or beneficiary’s name), and intend to do so within 90 days of my arrival into the US using the K-1 visa.

Yours truly,

(Signature)

(Print name)

I have two questions, for my address, do I put in my mailing address or residence address (they are different). Also, for which address do I need to have for United States Department of Homeland Security U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Ukraine
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The first one i am not sure about but i would say resident address especially if your mailing address is a P.O. Box. but i am not sure about this one.

Use the Dallas lockbox address, the address where you will mail your petition to

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As far as the letter goes, I would use mailing address.

If I understand the second part of the question correctly. I am thinking you are asking what to put on the forms not where to mail them. you may want to clarify this.

Here is what I would do, on the I-29f it says YOUR mailing address, that is what I would put there.

As far as where the fiancée will live in the U.S. I would use actual physical address not mailing address since they are different.

Ok I know you are thinking it is confusing, but I would attach a letter clearly explaining the difference, you may also attach a copy of your drivers license and a copy of a utility bill or something showing your mailing address is different from physical address. If you have something, a document of some sort that shows you have two different addresses one being a mailing address and one being an actual physical address. I would attach it to letter of explanation.

Just my opinion is all.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Australia
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As far as the letter goes, I would use mailing address.

If I understand the second part of the question correctly. I am thinking you are asking what to put on the forms not where to mail them. you may want to clarify this.

Here is what I would do, on the I-29f it says YOUR mailing address, that is what I would put there.

As far as where the fiancée will live in the U.S. I would use actual physical address not mailing address since they are different.

Ok I know you are thinking it is confusing, but I would attach a letter clearly explaining the difference, you may also attach a copy of your drivers license and a copy of a utility bill or something showing your mailing address is different from physical address. If you have something, a document of some sort that shows you have two different addresses one being a mailing address and one being an actual physical address. I would attach it to letter of explanation.

Just my opinion is all.

thanks!!

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