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Hi all, 

I’m a dental student who resides in Florida. But for my last year I will be in another state up north. I’m planning to move back to Florida after I graduate. 

 

Is there a fingerprint process I need to complete on the k1 visa

 

Also when I’m filing the k1 is there anything different i need to do since I’ll be living in another state while I file the k1? 

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You will be doing you fingerprints and interview for K1 in the UK not stateside


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I agree with Paul & Mary. You won't need to put any fingerprints on any documents you submit in the K1 process. They will take electronical fingerprints at the embassy at the day of your interview (one of the last steps of the K1-process). Also, you can move. Just inform the Consulate/USCIS/NVC about any address changes, so that you receive all the letters they'll send you.

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1 minute ago, Kürbis&Tannenbaum said:

I agree with Paul & Mary. You won't need to put any fingerprints on any documents you submit in the K1 process. They will take electronical fingerprints at the embassy at the day of your interview (one of the last steps of the K1-process). Also, you can move. Just inform the Consulate/USCIS/NVC about any address changes, so that you receive all the letters they'll send you.

Ok thank you. So since I’m the petitioner, my fiancé will be doing the fingerprints in the UK? 

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1 minute ago, toothfixer said:

Ok thank you. So since I’m the petitioner, my fiancé will be doing the fingerprints in the UK? 

Yes.  Rarely is the petitionner required to do fingerprints 


YMMV

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3 hours ago, toothfixer said:

Hi all, 

I’m a dental student who resides in Florida. But for my last year I will be in another state up north. I’m planning to move back to Florida after I graduate. 

 

Is there a fingerprint process I need to complete on the k1 visa

 

Also I’m filing the k1 is there anything different i need to do since I’ll be living in another state while I file the k1

 

If you want to get mail from USCIS (receipt of filing, possible request for additional evidence, notice of petition approval) then you will want them to have the address up north where you will receive mail for a year. Filing with that address would be ideal because sometimes USCIS doesn't get changes of address quite right. 

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1 hour ago, Wuozopo said:

 

If you want to get mail from USCIS (receipt of filing, possible request for additional evidence, notice of petition approval) then you will want them to have the address up north where you will receive mail for a year. Filing with that address would be ideal because sometimes USCIS doesn't get changes of address quite right. 

thank you, I will do so. 

 

 

Yes I am in florida purem. 

 

Thank you all! 

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