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Address on Passport not current address

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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I am finishing up my I-129F paperwork. My FI in Morocco just got his passport in July 2016 and I have the expiration date and the number for the form.

However - he has since moved, and has an ID has his new address. If he waits to get a new passport to match the new address, I can't send out the form until I know the new passport number/expiration date.

If he uses the current passport - the address is different from his ID and current address - does this matter? I mean, people move all the time - I don't see why it would be a big deal - but I don't want any RFEs at all so I wanted to check if anyone has gone through this? (Why would they put an address on a passport anyway??)

Thanks so much in advance for your help.

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No need to change the passport.

Before I started the process, I changed mine to match the address on my ID but after I was done, I found out that it didn't matter AT ALL. If you're asked to enter his address, always put the one on the passport. He's not gonna get any mail from them anyway, everything will go to your address.

Good luck

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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No need to change the passport.

Before I started the process, I changed mine to match the address on my ID but after I was done, I found out that it didn't matter AT ALL. If you're asked to enter his address, always put the one on the passport. He's not gonna get any mail from them anyway, everything will go to your address.

Good luck

So on the G-325 form he should list his most current address as the one on the passport and not the address on his ID that he lives at now?

I didnt think he would be getting any post but I wanted to make sure nothing came up as wrong. Waiting is hard enough as it is!

Thanks for your help.

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