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My wife is not sure which address does she have to put in part4,question3 (sponsor`s place of residence)

She is living in Croatia for last few years (she has dual citizenship), but she does maintain her US residence (driving license,file US taxes,.....)

So, does she put her CRO address or US one?


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Anyone huh?


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Does she have a US address?


It would be easier for domicile to show she already has a US address but if she's not residing there she should use her current address, which would require proof of attempting to reestablish domicile


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Yes she does...also has Ca driving license, voters reg. card, bank acc etc...


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Service Center: California

07/10/17 90 Day Window Opened

08/11/17 I-751 Packet delivered to USCIS

08/15/17 Check Cashed

08/11/17 NO1 Date

08/17/17 NO1 Received

09/11/17 Biometrics Received (notice date 09/02/17)

09/18/17 Biometrics Appointment

08/17/18 2nd extension letter (additional 6 months)

11/02/18 New card is being  produced (Approved)

 

xx/xx/xx Approved

 

NVC
11-04-2014 NVC case received
12-01-2014 case # assigned (27 days)

05-12-2015 Interview / Approved

05-20-2015 Visa received

10-06-2015 Time to kick back and let it fly

 

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Oh... So she will use her current address ( croatian one) and provide proof for reestablish domicile?

Quick question... How about on ds260? Us or again croatian one..

Huh I am a little bit confused:/


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Service Center: California

07/10/17 90 Day Window Opened

08/11/17 I-751 Packet delivered to USCIS

08/15/17 Check Cashed

08/11/17 NO1 Date

08/17/17 NO1 Received

09/11/17 Biometrics Received (notice date 09/02/17)

09/18/17 Biometrics Appointment

08/17/18 2nd extension letter (additional 6 months)

11/02/18 New card is being  produced (Approved)

 

xx/xx/xx Approved

 

NVC
11-04-2014 NVC case received
12-01-2014 case # assigned (27 days)

05-12-2015 Interview / Approved

05-20-2015 Visa received

10-06-2015 Time to kick back and let it fly

 

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Ok, I understand...it is somehow logical.

I don't know why I'm so confused lately:(

Christmas is coming and everyone around me are under some stress...

Thank you!


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Service Center: California

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08/11/17 I-751 Packet delivered to USCIS

08/15/17 Check Cashed

08/11/17 NO1 Date

08/17/17 NO1 Received

09/11/17 Biometrics Received (notice date 09/02/17)

09/18/17 Biometrics Appointment

08/17/18 2nd extension letter (additional 6 months)

11/02/18 New card is being  produced (Approved)

 

xx/xx/xx Approved

 

NVC
11-04-2014 NVC case received
12-01-2014 case # assigned (27 days)

05-12-2015 Interview / Approved

05-20-2015 Visa received

10-06-2015 Time to kick back and let it fly

 

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I've just had a conversation with nvc rep about some other issue and mentioned her also my concern about my wife's address. The rep said if she is now in Croatia she has to use croatian address and not her US address.

I was thinking then....croatian address is also in her tax report and maybe is smarter to use this address because she lives here for past few years and send proof for reestablishing domicile(driving licence, tax transcripts, voter card, bank account, she signed up her kid to us school,...)

What do you think?


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Service Center: California

07/10/17 90 Day Window Opened

08/11/17 I-751 Packet delivered to USCIS

08/15/17 Check Cashed

08/11/17 NO1 Date

08/17/17 NO1 Received

09/11/17 Biometrics Received (notice date 09/02/17)

09/18/17 Biometrics Appointment

08/17/18 2nd extension letter (additional 6 months)

11/02/18 New card is being  produced (Approved)

 

xx/xx/xx Approved

 

NVC
11-04-2014 NVC case received
12-01-2014 case # assigned (27 days)

05-12-2015 Interview / Approved

05-20-2015 Visa received

10-06-2015 Time to kick back and let it fly

 

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If you choose to use her Croatian address, then yes you need to send proof of reestablishing domicile with the I-864 (driver's license, voter card, bank account, child registration at school and preferably a lease or proof of mortgage to a home.)


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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I understand everything.She is just afraid that we might have some problems if she use US address for mailing and residence now as she is living and working here for last few years.

Do You think she needs to include some evidence that she is legal resident in Croatia,like copy of her cro ID?


ROC Timeline

Service Center: California

07/10/17 90 Day Window Opened

08/11/17 I-751 Packet delivered to USCIS

08/15/17 Check Cashed

08/11/17 NO1 Date

08/17/17 NO1 Received

09/11/17 Biometrics Received (notice date 09/02/17)

09/18/17 Biometrics Appointment

08/17/18 2nd extension letter (additional 6 months)

11/02/18 New card is being  produced (Approved)

 

xx/xx/xx Approved

 

NVC
11-04-2014 NVC case received
12-01-2014 case # assigned (27 days)

05-12-2015 Interview / Approved

05-20-2015 Visa received

10-06-2015 Time to kick back and let it fly

 

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Yeah just do what I did and put down the foreign address. Only section where I mentioned US domicile was on the I-864 where it asks for country of domicile where I wrote USA. As long as they have proof of reestablishing/maintaining domicile then it's not such a huge issue.


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Yeap She will do it that way :)


ROC Timeline

Service Center: California

07/10/17 90 Day Window Opened

08/11/17 I-751 Packet delivered to USCIS

08/15/17 Check Cashed

08/11/17 NO1 Date

08/17/17 NO1 Received

09/11/17 Biometrics Received (notice date 09/02/17)

09/18/17 Biometrics Appointment

08/17/18 2nd extension letter (additional 6 months)

11/02/18 New card is being  produced (Approved)

 

xx/xx/xx Approved

 

NVC
11-04-2014 NVC case received
12-01-2014 case # assigned (27 days)

05-12-2015 Interview / Approved

05-20-2015 Visa received

10-06-2015 Time to kick back and let it fly

 

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