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Hi, since filing the I-129F (NOA was 27th Sept) my partner (the petitioner) has relocated due to work for 12 months to a different state (Kentucky). All his mailing addresses have remained at his Florida residence so far because we're concerned updating address on everything now may cause problems/delays.

 

Just looking for some expert advice. Is it better to keep the Florida address for everything including the I-129F or update everything to the new address?

 

Thanks

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If he's returning to Florida after 12 months, setting up USPS mail forwarding might be your best choice. That being said, updating the petitioner's address with USCIS is not a big deal in my experience--just an online form, and they send a letter acknowledging it a week or so later. I can't speculate as to whether that changes the amount of time it takes to process, though.

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