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My husband (the petitioner) has a new address, and we have already sent in the AOS and IV package to NVC, scan date 28th of May.

I've read about the i865, change of address for sponsor, but we don't have to worry about that form at this stage no?

Do we need to do something? Or just fill in his new address on the ds260 whenever we are able to access it on CEAC..

Thanks a lot!


12/01/14: NOA1

04/16/15: NOA2


05/01/15: NVC received the case

05/13/15: Case number assigned and IIN

05/28/15: SCAN DATE, IV and AOS package

06/02/15: DS-261 available and completed

06/08/15: AOS bill available and paid

06/23/15: SECOND SCAN DATE (checklist for new i864 form)

07/05/15: IV bill available and paid

07/08/15: DS-260 Available and completed

07/17/15 Case Complete


07/15/15: Medical examination

09/02/15: Interview (Changed from 09/23/15) approved (L)

09/10/15: Visa in hand

09/12/15: POE, Los Angeles

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