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Question about changing information on a I-129F form once submitted.

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Hello Visa Journey community.

 

My fiance and I have submitted a I-129F form to the USCIS. We are both working in a foreign country together, I am Canadian and she is American. We used my current information since we believed it would be able to be done before our contracts were up, but now it looks like that will not happen. Is there a way to change the information such as the embassy that I want them to send it to since I will need to go back to Canada and now want it at that embassy and not at the one in the country where I currently reside? 

 

Thanks in advance for any insight in this area. We are planning to call the USCIS Monday, but thought I would find out as much as possible in the mean time. 

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