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Should we submit new DS-160 because of address?

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Hi all, my fiancee submitted her DS-160 over 30 days ago, & we have scheduled her interview for late January. We realized today that we put the address that she will be moving to in the US is my mailing address (my parents house, I have it different from my actual address because I'm in grad school & frequently move). We cannot edit the submitted one due to it being over 30 days, but we are debating on (a) submitting a new one & bringing both copies to her interview, or (b) if we should get a letter signed by the both of us that can be notarized explaining the situation. I would also give her copies of my utility bills to confirm the physical address, as well as some things I've got in the mail to confirm my parents address as my mailing one. For reference, this mailing address is on the original i-129f petition. Which option do you think is better to do? Thank you for any advice.

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31 minutes ago, AndranikB said:

Hi all, my fiancee submitted her DS-160 over 30 days ago, & we have scheduled her interview for late January. We realized today that we put the address that she will be moving to in the US is my mailing address (my parents house, I have it different from my actual address because I'm in grad school & frequently move). We cannot edit the submitted one due to it being over 30 days, but we are debating on (a) submitting a new one & bringing both copies to her interview, or (b) if we should get a letter signed by the both of us that can be notarized explaining the situation. I would also give her copies of my utility bills to confirm the physical address, as well as some things I've got in the mail to confirm my parents address as my mailing one. For reference, this mailing address is on the original i-129f petition. Which option do you think is better to do? Thank you for any advice.

You can make updates at the window at the time of the interview 


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4 hours ago, AndranikB said:

Hi all, my fiancee submitted her DS-160 over 30 days ago, & we have scheduled her interview for late January. We realized today that we put the address that she will be moving to in the US is my mailing address (my parents house, I have it different from my actual address because I'm in grad school & frequently move). We cannot edit the submitted one due to it being over 30 days, but we are debating on (a) submitting a new one & bringing both copies to her interview, or (b) if we should get a letter signed by the both of us that can be notarized explaining the situation. I would also give her copies of my utility bills to confirm the physical address, as well as some things I've got in the mail to confirm my parents address as my mailing one. For reference, this mailing address is on the original i-129f petition. Which option do you think is better to do? Thank you for any advice.

I got a minor mistake on my DS160 (My passport issued city) ,I emailed the consulate about if I should bring a new DS160 for the interview, they responded me to correct it when I went to the interview but the lady at the window checked all my documents told me it's not important (Sure,it won't make any problem on my imigrant information ) so I didn't need to correct it.Remember if your fiance goes to the interview, she might not have a chance to correct it bcuz the officer will ask her to raise het right hand then say "yes" about there're no fake information or what she'll answer will be true. So I'll suggest you to make a new DS160 since she still has time to do it but she also needs to cancel the interview prior to reschedule it . Up to you. Good luck

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