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I-130 Doubt - Coming back to US with Spouse and 2 Daughters

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Hi!

I’m a US Citizen by birth, I only live in the States 1 month and live in Argentina since then. We want to return to the US with my husband and two daughters (for each I will file an I-130 form) For this I will try to re-establish domicile in the US. My question is regarding Question number 18 of the form, there I should inform a US Address, but I don’t have any relatives or friends living there. What should I do? Can I say something like "To Be Determined"

Thanks in advance.


USC abroad since 1982

Married Argentinian husband in 2010

1st Daughter born 2013 (no CRBA)

2nd Daughter born 2015 (no CRBA)

Visa process 2015

I-130 sent: July 14th (delivered July 17th by DHL)

Checks Cashed: July 22nd

NOA1 received: August 5th via mail - California Service Center

NOA2 received: August 18th via email

NVC Received Package: September 4th.

Got NVC Case Number over the Phone: September 21st.

Paid AoS Bill / Send DS261: September 21st.

Paid IV Bill: October 23rd.

Submitted DS-260: October 30th.

Sent AoS and IV Packages: November 10th.

Received Checklist: December 3rd.

New Scan Date: December 4th.

Case Complete: December 31 (they said the cases were completed since Dec. 17th but something was missing in one of them)

Medical Examination: February 2nd.

Interview Date: February 29th

Visa Issued:

POE:

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Ok So I did find the answer to this question searching the forum. I will answer it with "To be determined". Now I have another question, maybe someone can help me. My two daughters have a "Non Transmission Letter" because I don't meet the requirements to transmit citizenship to them. Do you know if I should mail the letter with the I-130? or I should wait until USCIS approve the I-130 and send it to NVC?

Thanks again.


USC abroad since 1982

Married Argentinian husband in 2010

1st Daughter born 2013 (no CRBA)

2nd Daughter born 2015 (no CRBA)

Visa process 2015

I-130 sent: July 14th (delivered July 17th by DHL)

Checks Cashed: July 22nd

NOA1 received: August 5th via mail - California Service Center

NOA2 received: August 18th via email

NVC Received Package: September 4th.

Got NVC Case Number over the Phone: September 21st.

Paid AoS Bill / Send DS261: September 21st.

Paid IV Bill: October 23rd.

Submitted DS-260: October 30th.

Sent AoS and IV Packages: November 10th.

Received Checklist: December 3rd.

New Scan Date: December 4th.

Case Complete: December 31 (they said the cases were completed since Dec. 17th but something was missing in one of them)

Medical Examination: February 2nd.

Interview Date: February 29th

Visa Issued:

POE:

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