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G-325A address question – unintentional extended vacation

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Hello VisaJourney,

This is my first posting here, as I am starting to assemble the I-129F package.

I have a question about what to do about the address listing in my fiance’s form G-325A. We have a complicated situation, as follows: She is a Brazilian student, who studied abroad in the UK for a year (where we first met). During her winter break, she went to Spain and Italy. She departed for Spain in mid-December. While in Rome, her passport was stolen, and a replacement passport was issued to her by the Brazilian consulate in Rome on December 27. Then she had to wait for her student visa to be re-issued by the UK before she could re-enter the UK. This visa was issued on January 14, and she re-entered the UK on January 21.

During her time while stranded on the continent without a passport, she stayed with a friend in Germany. Almost all of her belongings were in UK still. Should we list the address she was at in Germany (for less than a month) as a place she has lived? Or, just ignore it and consider it a vacation (that went wrong)?

Her full passport will be included as evidence of us traveling together since all of this happened, and it will be clear to the officer reviewing our case that her passport was stolen, re-issued, etc.

I'm not sure what to do. Am I just seriously overthinking this?

Thank you for your any advice. :)

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They are just asking for her address so all you have to list are UK and Brazil. The other places were only for vacation anyway.

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Filed: Country: Mexico
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They are asking for addresses of places you actually resided and lived. No need to list temporary/vacation addresses.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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