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Is it possible for your foreign spouse's home of record be the same as your (military member) home of record? Based on a quick google search, I came across the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act that Obama passed back in 2009 but the document doesn't really mention anything about foreign spouses. My fiancee will be arriving to the U.S. in a couple of weeks on a K-1 fiancee visa and we're planning on getting married immediately.

If that's not possible, has anyone used their home of record address for the AOS/EAD/AP paperwork that their foreign spouse fills out? The reason I ask is because I will be PCSing in about two months so I'd prefer all mail regarding the AOS/EAD/AP go to my home of record (my parent's house) and I'll just have them send it to me.

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Will your spouse PCS with you? If you use your parents home address, then she would need to do fingerprinting at the USCIS local office that handles their area.

My K1 timeline (4 months/NO expedites): http://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?cfl=0&id=163489

My AOS timeline (10 months):

08/16/2014 - Sent in AOS package

08/18/2014 - Delivered per USPS website

08/22/2014 - Text of receipt numbers received

08/27/2014 - NOA hard copies received (dated 08/19 and 08/21)

08/29/2014 - Notice date of Biometrics letter

09/11/2014 - Received Biometrics appointment letter

09/18/2014 - Biometrics completed at USCIS Raleigh, North Carolina

11/08/2014 - EAD / Travel Document approved and went to card production

11/19/2014 - Received EAD/AP combo card (dated 11/14/2014)

12/16/2014 - Received Notice of Potential Interview Waiver letter dated 12/11/14

06/24/2015 - AOS approved! Card picked up by USPS KY for delivery

06/26/2015 - Received green card by mail (Yay I can rest for 2 years!)

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Yeah, she will be PCSing with me. You're saying that whatever address I put down, the local USCIS in that area would have to do the finger prints? If that's the case, we would have to buy a plane ticket just to get the fingerprints done...

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