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Change of address of Petitioner - Awaiting Interview May 12

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F1 here. Case complete but with some checklist to bring during interview on May 12, 2015 as received in email.

My question is my petitioner transfered to a different address in the US. This will affect the address he wrote on the 864 as well as my ds260. What shall I do?

In the checklist, I was asked to submit the joint sponsor's updated 864 and 864a. Should my joint sponsor write the new address of my petitioner dad?

Please advise. Thanks.

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Yes, put the petitioner's new address on the AOS.

You must inform the pre-screener and the consul regarding your petitioner's new address. You can no longer edit the DS260 anyway.

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