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Address change since I-129f

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Hey everyone!

 

I am currently filling out the DS160, and it asks for my address information. I lived in Oxford, England when we started the petition, but has since moved back to Norway. Can I fill out my current address in Norway on the DS160, it will differ from the one in the I-129f K1 visa application. Will this be something they will ask about or find odd? 

 

On the I-1209f K1 visa I filled out my sister address as my "mailing address" since I knew I would move back to Norway eventually. I have had trouble receiving mail at my current apartment so are planning on putting my sisters address again as my "mailing address" on the DS160. Am I guaranteed that they will send my passport to this address?

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4 hours ago, Annikena said:

Hey everyone!

 

I am currently filling out the DS160, and it asks for my address information. I lived in Oxford, England when we started the petition, but has since moved back to Norway. Can I fill out my current address in Norway on the DS160, it will differ from the one in the I-129f K1 visa application. Will this be something they will ask about or find odd? 

 

On the I-1209f K1 visa I filled out my sister address as my "mailing address" since I knew I would move back to Norway eventually. I have had trouble receiving mail at my current apartment so are planning on putting my sisters address again as my "mailing address" on the DS160. Am I guaranteed that they will send my passport to this address?

Tbh I don't think you can fill out an address in a completely different country. Where do you have your interview? If you have your interview in Norway you should put your Norway address on the DS-160. They prob won't send anything international. They might ask about it, but that's more to make sure they have the right address. People move, everyone understands that so that's nothing to worry about.

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34 minutes ago, C90 said:

Tbh I don't think you can fill out an address in a completely different country. Where do you have your interview? If you have your interview in Norway you should put your Norway address on the DS-160. They prob won't send anything international. They might ask about it, but that's more to make sure they have the right address. People move, everyone understands that so that's nothing to worry about.

Norway does not do K1 visas so I have to go to Sweden. My boyfriend did updated my address with USICS in August, but I couldnt seem to see that on the "approved I-129F" that we got with the checklist. I will just fill in my Norwegian one, and if they ask I will just tell them :) Thank you for your help!

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