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Intended Residence Changed While K-1 Pending

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Hello All,

This is my first post here on this site and forum. I am an American citizen petitioning for my fiance who resides in South Korea and I cannot wait for her to come to the states with her K-1 VISA!

My question revolves around the fact that I just recently moved residences. When submitting the application I entered, in a permanent address for correspondence in the US which has not changed, but my old intended residence address is entered in. Do I need to update USCIS of this change and if so, how should I proceed? Will they send anything to the old address? I do have USPS forwarding mail to my new so I assume that should cover any mail. Thanks a bunch!


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If you visit www.USCIS.gov and contact them at their 800 phone number, there is an option that says "if you have moved and need to notify us, chose this option". So i would do that... Good luck!

Got it, thanks!

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