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filing I-130 and K-3

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Hi all,

I live in the UK with my husband, who is a british citizen. I am a USC and have lived here for 2 1/2 years but do not have indefinite leave to remain. The London consulate told us we can't file here since I don't have indefinite leave to remain -- does anyone know where we should file? I no longer have an address in the US, but apparently cannot file in the UK either. I used to live in California, but hope to move to Massachusetts soon with my husband. So should I file in California or Vermont? Or neither? :help:

Thanks!

Laura

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Laura,

Where were you last registered to vote? Your last address in the USA before you moved to the UK?

Just out of curiosity, was it the London consulate that you talked with or the London office of the USCIS? The two can be hard to distinguish since the USCIS offices are located in the consulate. Be sure to talk to USCIS, perhaps face to face would be best, and if you can't convince them to accept your I-130 petition get them to tell you where you should submit it, and what to write with the submittal so that the Service Center in the USA doesn't see your UK address and tell you to file in London.

This is the K3 forum, and you do mention K3 in your subject line, so be aware that I-129f must be filed in the USA

Yodrak

Hi all,

I live in the UK with my husband, who is a british citizen. I am a USC and have lived here for 2 1/2 years but do not have indefinite leave to remain. The London consulate told us we can't file here since I don't have indefinite leave to remain -- does anyone know where we should file? I no longer have an address in the US, but apparently cannot file in the UK either. I used to live in California, but hope to move to Massachusetts soon with my husband. So should I file in California or Vermont? Or neither?

Thanks!

Laura

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