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I am filling out the I-130 and see that for addresses, it requests a province.

 

What does this mean for in the UK? Specifically for in London.

 

For example, I need to provide the province for the London US Embassy at this address: 33 Nine Elms Ln, London SW11 7US located at the London borough of Wandsworth.

 

However, after much research, I am still not seeing what the 'province' is.

 

Any help is much appreciated.

 

Sincerely,

A very stressed (but determined) wife

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Has your UK husband not told you what a province is in? So basically state where you’ve lived!! It’s basic thang. So in layman terms-put down your current and previous addresses 🙈

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1 minute ago, jakejon said:

Has your UK husband not told you what a province is in? So basically state where you’ve lived!! It’s basic thang 🙈

The province is an ADDITIONAL area in the address detail form. If you can see the attached photo you will see why I have asked my question.

 

 So my question is, what exactly is the province for the address of the US embassy for that address I have provided: 33 Nine Elms Ln, London SW11 7US located at the London borough of Wandsworth.

 

And yes, of course I have discussed it with my husband.

 

Thank you. 

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10 minutes ago, BritAmeri said:

The province is an ADDITIONAL area in the address detail form. If you can see the attached photo you will see why I have asked my question.

 

 So my question is, what exactly is the province for the address of the US embassy for that address I have provided: 33 Nine Elms Ln, London SW11 7US located at the London borough of Wandsworth.

 

And yes, of course I have discussed it with my husband.

 

Thank you. 

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London’s a city and not a province. It’s not the United States - as your aware. We don’t have provicences in the UK!!! The UK isn’t large enough for states/province’s. Hopefully someone more helpful will help you out. I’d personally leave province out as it’s n/a ☺️

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12 minutes ago, BritAmeri said:

The province is an ADDITIONAL area in the address detail form. If you can see the attached photo you will see why I have asked my question.

 

 So my question is, what exactly is the province for the address of the US embassy for that address I have provided: 33 Nine Elms Ln, London SW11 7US located at the London borough of Wandsworth.

 

And yes, of course I have discussed it with my husband.

 

Thank you. 

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It is not Canada.  There is no province.  Correct answer is N/A.

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26 minutes ago, BritAmeri said:

I am filling out the I-130 and see that for addresses, it requests a province.

 

What does this mean for in the UK? Specifically for in London.

 

For example, I need to provide the province for the London US Embassy at this address: 33 Nine Elms Ln, London SW11 7US located at the London borough of Wandsworth.

 

However, after much research, I am still not seeing what the 'province' is.

 

Any help is much appreciated.

 

Sincerely,

A very stressed (but determined) wife

 

UK does not have provinces. Canada does. Nor does State and zip code apply to the U.K.

leave it blank.

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1 minute ago, Jorgedig said:

It is not Canada.  There is no province.  Correct answer is N/A.

100%!! I’ve lived in the UK ALL my life. It’s city or towns. No states/provinces. Elizabeth wouldn’t have it 🙈🙈🙈

BASIC geography any UK citizen SHOULD know!!!!!!!!!!! 

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1 minute ago, jakejon said:

100%!! I’ve lived in the UK ALL my life. It’s city or towns. No states/provinces. Elizabeth wouldn’t have it 🙈🙈🙈

BASIC geography any UK citizen SHOULD know!!!!!!!!!!! 

Right, calm down. If you are not here for positive help, then what are you doing here? Shaming people is really not the point of this website, is it? Have a nice day. x

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Just now, BritAmeri said:

Right, calm down. If you are not here for positive help, then what are you doing here? Shaming people is really not the point of this website, is it? Have a nice day. x

I’m not shaming! I was a teacher before I came to US! I agree with your comment and sorry!! I hope your successful and sorry for any confusion. I’m definately not one of those online shaming people and sorry if it’s appeared once again like that :( 

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