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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland

Ok, I am confused and I am really not sure which to put for this:

I have had 2 addresses in the UK that I resided at as a post-graduate student. One I am still residing at with my Fiance presently. I do have a perm address in the US where I do receive mail and I have tied to accounts and phones, etc...

Should I list the UK addresses or not with a supplement page explaining the circumstances?

Thanks once again!



08/14/13: CITIZEN! We are done!

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im sorry i cant answer your question..im not sure about that..better not to give false infos, anyway..i just have a little question about g-325a also, im not sure if i can ask in someone else's post(sorry :unsure: )..is true that g-325 form expire after 30 days when u sign it? we dididnt sent yet the pack and i think mine will...the date was 12..thank you..and sorry again :blush:

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland

I have decided to list the UK addresses with supplement explanation page as my passport and itineraries reflect long term stay. I hope this works as I listed overlapping dates but added the explanations of why that is (post-grad student) and the fact my mother will be co-sponsoring Vinny. Wish us Luck. This goes out tomorrow barring any other oddities.



08/14/13: CITIZEN! We are done!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom

Repeating what I said in your other thread: Since USC's have to list an American address, I think you're fine to reflect two addresses that are concurrently valid.

Looking at the form again - it asks for: "Applicant's residence last five years. List present address first." and "Applicant's last address outside the United States of more than one year."

It sounds like your first two lines on the first question would be UK addresses, right? And the second question of "more than one year" might be tricky, unless you haven't lived at either address for more than one year (or they haven't added up to a year) in which case, I would write "none" - they'll see from the dates in the first question that you weren't at either/both for more than one year. If the time at UK addresses combined DOES add up to more than one year, then perhaps an addendum sheet is warranted (clearly labeled, signed, and dated!!!!).

Again, since you'll have to list a US address (at least, that's what I have stuck in my head, but since I live here now, I didn't have to think about that issue when I filed), its fine if that address listed on the 129F is different from the last-five years FIRST entry. Does that make sense? I'm assuming your US home address will be on that list of the past 5 years? At least at some point (even over a summer vacation, etc?).

Does that make sense?


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