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Just obtained NOA2 approval. Used U.S. address for I-130.

Have been out of U.S. five months presently plus another "X" months until the MNL Embassy Interview Stage.

I am not in U.S., I am with wife overseas waiting for approval.

(Temporarily domiciled abroad with primary U.S. residence.)

Should I submit domicile statement to NVC with AOS/IV packet?

Lastly here is what I would include, all in my name:

1) Residence Verification Property Management Company

2) 2015 Property Tax Claim

3) 2015 Mortgage Interest (IRS 1098)

4) Title

5) 2016 Homeowners Insurance Declaration Page

6) 2015 U.S.P.S. Address Confirmation Letter

7) Current City License Permit

8) Current Driver License

9) Current Residential Internet Account Bill

Should I raise the domicile issue and do I likely have enough documents?

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