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Address or employment change during K-1 process

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I was just wondering if anyone's dealt with an address or employment change while waiting for the K-1 process to conclude? Is there a way to handle that? Because physical address and proof of employment are important parts of the 129F form, but I'm just wondering what to do if either of those things potentially change during the waiting period after submitting the 129F form.

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You can change your address no problem! I moved during my K1 process a few months ago. You put in the request online and everything was taken care of.

I couldn't tell you about a change of employment


06/26/18  -  I-129F sent to CSC

06/28/18  -  USCIS signed for I-129F

07/03/18  -  NOA1 hard copy

12/03/18  -  NOA2 electronic

12/10/18  -  NOA2 hard copy

12/14/18  -  NVC received case

12/19/18  -  NVC issued case number

01/08/19  -  NVC in transit

01/10/19  -  Case received at Mumbai Embassy

03/07/19  -  Interview Date (221g given for "Proof of Relationship")

03/18/19  - 221g evidence submitted

 

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Hello everyone,
Due to the longer-than-imaginable processing times, my fiancee and I may have to actually leave our current country (Czech Republic) and venture elsewhere to work while we await processing. 
I see the forms for change-of-address mentioned above, but change of country would mean the info we submitted on our application will be incomplete. Should we just move and wait to explain all to our interview officer in our new country (and provide visas, work permits etc.) or is there a way to amend an existing application? I see no provision for this on the USCIS websites. I guess last-ditch choice is to withdraw current application and start over in new country. Circumstances likely prevent us from staying here.
Thanks for any help!
Glenn M

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