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So I will try to make this as simple as possible, our petition is already at the embassy, ds 160 is already filed, the interview(the end of November) and the medical exam is already scheduled, I recently found out that I have to relocate to a different state for work, so everything has my current address on it, by the time the interview comes around I will have a different address, my question is what can I do? On the I-134 it asks for employer address, which will say California because that's where I'll be relocating, but the rest of the paperwork shows Texas, I was thinking  I should just explain everything during the interview process because I have read somewhere that once the petition has been approved you can not make an address change, any help would be great thank you.

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5 minutes ago, JPWJ said:

So I will try to make this as simple as possible, our petition is already at the embassy, ds 160 is already filed, the interview(the end of November) and the medical exam is already scheduled, I recently found out that I have to relocate to a different state for work, so everything has my current address on it, by the time the interview comes around I will have a different address, my question is what can I do? On the I-134 it asks for employer address, which will say California because that's where I'll be relocating, but the rest of the paperwork shows Texas, I was thinking  I should just explain everything during the interview process because I have read somewhere that once the petition has been approved you can not make an address change, any help would be great thank you.

You have read wrong.   Updates can be made at the embassy  and Poe.  


YMMV

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11 minutes ago, JPWJ said:

So I will try to make this as simple as possible, our petition is already at the embassy, ds 160 is already filed, the interview(the end of November) and the medical exam is already scheduled, I recently found out that I have to relocate to a different state for work, so everything has my current address on it, by the time the interview comes around I will have a different address, my question is what can I do? On the I-134 it asks for employer address, which will say California because that's where I'll be relocating, but the rest of the paperwork shows Texas, I was thinking  I should just explain everything during the interview process because I have read somewhere that once the petition has been approved you can not make an address change, any help would be great thank you.

Bring an updated and signed I-134 the interview and simply just explain. I am not sure where you read that you cannot make an address change?

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8 minutes ago, JPWJ said:

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I read it on one of the forums here but that’s why I am seeking help to see what my best option is 

The forums can tend to have some misguided answers so to be absolutely sure, I would think the best thing to do might be to contact the embassy and simply just ask them. I am sure they will let you know.

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