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Flying into a state different from petitioner's address

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Hi! I'm not sure if this is the right place for what I'm about to ask so I would like to apologise in advance if its at the wrong place.

I've tried searching for something similar in the forum but I didn't have any luck, or maybe I'm just not putting the key words in right.

Anyway, my fiancé (USC) is living in Colorado but his family lives in Pennsylvania. His brother is about to have a wedding in November and I am invited. Of course, I would love to attend their wedding provided that my visa is issued in time. So right now I am planning if I should fly straight into PA to meet my fiancé and his family for the wedding, instead of flying to CO first since my interview date is pretty close to the wedding day.

So for those who has/had a similar situation as me - I was wondering out of curiosity if it would raise a flag with the POE Immigration Officer later when he/she sees my flight ticket that my last destination is PA instead of CO? Since CO is the address (that I've been putting in all of my K1 application forms) where I will be staying with my fiancé in the future.


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No problem at all. But I would not purchase tickets until the visa is in your hands.


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12/30/2019  Filed N-400 online

12/30/2019  NOA1

01/09/2020  Walk in biometric set up by IO at Ft. Myers to be done at ASC Ft. Myers.  Biometric completed.  Original Biometric was scheduled for  01/23/2020.  Estimated       Case Completion time 10 months (November 2020).

 

 

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Thanks! I'm not going to purchase them yet, just want to see if this can be an option. and thanks!!


K1 Visa Journey!

California Service Center

13 July 2016 - sent K1 petition

25 July 2016 - NOA1 letter (notice date 19 July 2016)

31 August 2016 - NOA2 approved! (USCIS website)(43 days from NOA1)

10 November 2016 - K1 Visa interview APPROVED!

 

AOS Journey!

23 February 2017 - sent AOS + EAD application

27 February 2017 - NOA text and email

7 March 2017 - NOA letter

10 March 2017 - biometrics appointment letter (scheduled for 23 March 2017)

11 March 2017 - RFE letter

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