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Change of address during K-1 process

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I recently filed I129-F for my fiance. I used my physical address, both as my mailing address and as the address where my fiance will live when he comes to the States. I have since found out that my neighbors might be stealing my mail, and I was planning to change my address to my sister's house. But, I will still be physically residing at the address I provided on the I129-F. I understand it's an easy process to file a change of address with USCIS, but I'm just worried about confusing the whole situation since my physical place of residence will still be the address that I originally provided. Any thoughts?

Thanks!


K-1 Process:

12/04/15 - Engaged (L)

12/17/15 - K-1 submitted

12/31/15 - NOA1

02/09/16 - NOA2

03/16/16 - NVC case number assigned

03/17/16 - In transit to consulate

03/22/16 - "Ready" on CEAC tracker

04/14/16 - Received packet 3 by email

04/15/16 - Medical exam

04/28/16 - Interview - Approved!

05/25/16 - POE at Miami

07/08/16 - Married! (L)

08/09/16 - Filed for AOS

08/12/16 - Case received

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The change of address form has different spots for residence address and mailing address. You can list different addresses in each of them. Not everyone gets mail at their home. Just keep your physical address the same but change your mailing address.

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Thank you both for your replies! It's a weird situation because we have a shared mailbox...long story...but I'm glad to know that I can provide both addresses on the change of address form. Thanks again!


K-1 Process:

12/04/15 - Engaged (L)

12/17/15 - K-1 submitted

12/31/15 - NOA1

02/09/16 - NOA2

03/16/16 - NVC case number assigned

03/17/16 - In transit to consulate

03/22/16 - "Ready" on CEAC tracker

04/14/16 - Received packet 3 by email

04/15/16 - Medical exam

04/28/16 - Interview - Approved!

05/25/16 - POE at Miami

07/08/16 - Married! (L)

08/09/16 - Filed for AOS

08/12/16 - Case received

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