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Hi everyone! I seem to be a month away for on getting my NOA2 (my NOA1 was on Sept. 16) and I was reviewing the copies I made from the i-129F packet and I realized that I didn't check on question 14 asking if I ever filed for an alien fiance or husband, which would be no. I'm hoping I realized After and checked the box, but what I am asking is if my probabliity of getting an RFE greater because of that?

Also, my fiancé recently changed his address so how do I go about that? I think I saw somewhere that mentioned I should let them know once our process gets to the NVC stage. I would appreciate it if someone could elaborate a little more on this. Thank you in advanced!

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My fiance had an address change during the process. Once I saw on the ceac tracker site that the embassy had received his file from NVC, I emailed his new address information directly to the embassy. Be sure to include your case #.

Failing to answer a question on the I-129F may lead to a greater chance of an RFE than someone who didn't, No one can tell you for sure. Just have to wait and see.

Best of Luck!

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Oh ok! Sounds easy enough, I'll keep an eye on it once it reaches to the embassy.

Haha of course! I guess I was just hoping someone would say that it's happened to them before and it wasn't a big deal. I hope we don't get an RFE but oh well. Thanks for your help :)

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Hi everyone! I seem to be a month away for on getting my NOA2 (my NOA1 was on Sept. 16) and I was reviewing the copies I made from the i-129F packet and I realized that I didn't check on question 14 asking if I ever filed for an alien fiance or husband, which would be no. I'm hoping I realized After and checked the box, but what I am asking is if my probabliity of getting an RFE greater because of that?

Also, my fiancé recently changed his address so how do I go about that? I think I saw somewhere that mentioned I should let them know once our process gets to the NVC stage. I would appreciate it if someone could elaborate a little more on this. Thank you in advanced!

Hi!

If they notice that mistake, yes they going to send you a RFE.

And you must change your adress now, if you get a RFE(I hope not) they will send you a letter telling what's wrong and once you're approved they also going to send you NOA2 hardcopy.

you can change on USCIS website https://egov.uscis.gov/coa/displayCOAForm.do

Good luck! :)

Edited by samlog

K1

June 27, 2014: I-129F packet sent

July 03, 2014: NOA1

January 09, 2015: NOA2 (190 days)

January 14: Sent to NVC

January 16: NOA2 hard copy

April, 6: Medical

April, 7: Interview/Approved

April 29: Visa received (FINALLY)

May 25: POE - Fort Lauderdale, FL

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AOS

August 05, 2015: AOS sent

August 12: NOA1 (e-mail)

September 04: Biometrics

October 20: EAD/AP Approved (no text&email)

October 22: EAD/AP mailed

October 26: EAD/AP delivered

November 27: GC Approved/produced
December 02: GC mailed

December 05: GC Delivered

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