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Filing in I129 Question- where you intend to live


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom

I have a hopefully simple question for you all.

I currently live with my parents, because the cost of living in my area is astronomical. We're currently saving to have a buffer for those 90 interim days, since its my understanding that he won't be able to work before the Adjustment of Status is completed, and a new Visa issued.

In any event, I wanted to know what I should put for Question 14: Where your alien fiance intends to live. We are planning on finding a flat upon his arrival in the area, but I couldn't tell you where NOW!

Is it going to matter that I'm listing what is basically my family home? My parents are willing to host us for a time, if necessary while he searches for work, but .. this sort of form seems like the sort that you don't assume things about.

So, and advice or clarification?

Thanks so much!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China

A person entering the USA on a K-1 can work during the first 90 days after entry if they get temp EAD at the airport, or can work after getting EAD from USCIS by filing I-765 with the AOS paperwork.

AOS can take some time to get but EAD may come in less time than AOS.

Put your parents home as where you will live. Then after your fiancee comes and you do move into an apartment, then file an AR-11, and use new address for AOS/EAD paperwork.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
...... and a new Visa issued.

No new visa will be issued... A visa is a document that allows you to present yourself to the border and request entry... He will already be here when you file for AOS


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Hee, that sounds fine; we put down my fiance's parents' house for question 14 as well. My fiance and I will be planning to stay at his parents' house for the short-term, because his mother is currently unwell and we'd like to be around to take care of her. Also, we feel that's more practical for settling our respective debts and saving towards a house.

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'to be determined' or 'unknown' will work fine. Or give city and state, or state only. Or give the address where you live now. Whatever is your most acurate guess. This question is not a deal-breaker.



In any event, I wanted to know what I should put for Question 14: Where your alien fiance intends to live. We are planning on finding a flat upon his arrival in the area, but I couldn't tell you where NOW!


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