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1 question I-129F, and 1 for I-134

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I read the example forms. On I-129F question #14 Address where you intend to live. I am renting now, but looking to buy a house. This will not be known until the process is started. Should we just list present address, and change with form AR-11 I belive later?

On I-134 question #8 That the following persons are dependent on me for support. Would this only be for the fiancee, or would this apply to child support for my son from another relationship? Thank you, Dave68

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I read the example forms. On I-129F question #14 Address where you intend to live. I am renting now, but looking to buy a house. This will not be known until the process is started. Should we just list present address, and change with form AR-11 I belive later?

On I-134 question #8 That the following persons are dependent on me for support. Would this only be for the fiancee, or would this apply to child support for my son from another relationship? Thank you, Dave68

Hi dave, Im moving soon after the petition will be sent as well so Im putting my current address and will change it after I move. As far as the I-134 (which you really dont need till the interview) you will put your child support. They are trying to determine the poverty level.

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Dave,

I'm also planning to move before Ann arrives here. But, I just used my current address, what else could you supply them, you don't know your future address.

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Dave,

I'm also planning to move before Ann arrives here. But, I just used my current address, what else could you supply them, you don't know your future address.

I think once it leaves for the NVC and you get your NOAs you pretty much arent worried about them sending anything to you but you still want them to have your new address on file.

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I moved between the time of NOA1 and NOA2 - used the Change Address link on the USCIS website to change the address - just got my hard copy of NOA2 so it works just fine. They say you can call too.

The AR-11 is not needed - it is for Alien Resident which as the petitioner, I am not. =)

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I moved between the time of NOA1 and NOA2 - used the Change Address link on the USCIS website to change the address - just got my hard copy of NOA2 so it works just fine. They say you can call too.

The AR-11 is not needed - it is for Alien Resident which as the petitioner, I am not. =)

you are the USC? If so then this is way easier than I thought. Of all the things I should be freaken out about ....moving in mid petition was giving me heartburn. Thanks

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I moved between the time of NOA1 and NOA2 - used the Change Address link on the USCIS website to change the address - just got my hard copy of NOA2 so it works just fine. They say you can call too.

The AR-11 is not needed - it is for Alien Resident which as the petitioner, I am not. =)

you are the USC? If so then this is way easier than I thought. Of all the things I should be freaken out about ....moving in mid petition was giving me heartburn. Thanks

Yes..I'm the USC - it's much easier than I thought too.. But there ya go.. go figure..something easy.. lol

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I moved between the time of NOA1 and NOA2 - used the Change Address link on the USCIS website to change the address - just got my hard copy of NOA2 so it works just fine. They say you can call too.

The AR-11 is not needed - it is for Alien Resident which as the petitioner, I am not. =)

you are the USC? If so then this is way easier than I thought. Of all the things I should be freaken out about ....moving in mid petition was giving me heartburn. Thanks

Yes..I'm the USC - it's much easier than I thought too.. But there ya go.. go figure..something easy.. lol

Thanks for the help everyone

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