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When I was filling form I130a there was confusion about the addresses where the beneficiary lived during the studies. so i asked here on visa journey. And few respected remembers advised me not to write Hostel addresses because the beneficiary never left his Own Home "Permanent Address" during the studies.

That time my question was

 

I130a requires Last 5 years addresses. 

Currently i'm living in my home which is located in my hometown. Where my parents are living and my whole family. 

But from jan 2014 to december 2017 i was in University which is another city. 60 kilometres away from my home city.

So i had to live in hostels. I lived in different hostels during that time. But visited  my home every week. Because my family is living here since i was born here. And i also came here in my holidays(3 months). So my home in my hometown is my permanent address. 

What should i do ? Should i put the hostel addresses ? But i was here every year during my holidays(3 months) how should i put that time ? It is really confusing ... 

My university was in another city and my home is in different city. 60 km distance. most of the time during studies i was in home i lived in hostels temporarily because i wasn't able to travel 60 km daily each side.

What should i do ? Please help me ...


So i didn't write hostel addresses in i130a because here some respected members advised me to write only my permanent address where i was born and still living.
but now on ds260 they want educational background which means i would mention about that degree too which i got from another city but i didn't write hostel addresses.
now i'm confused because the following reasons.

i- if i put only my Permanent address in form ds260 which i already mentioned in I130A because i'm living here since my birth AND also write about the degree which i got from another city won't they object that why i didn't write hostel addresses?

i-And if i put my hostel addresses in form ds260 then it will differ from form I130A won't they ask why i didn't mention it in form I130A?

so what should i do? should i put only my permanent address in form ds260 and write a letter to and submit to Nvc and explain everything in that letter that why i didn't write the hostel addresses? Need guidance Note: i never left my country also the city where i got degree is in the same state where my hometown is.......


 

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3 hours ago, SABB said:

When I was filling form I130a there was confusion about the addresses where the beneficiary lived during the studies. so i asked here on visa journey. And few respected remembers advised me not to write Hostel addresses because the beneficiary never left his Own Home "Permanent Address" during the studies.

That time my question was

 

I130a requires Last 5 years addresses. 

Currently i'm living in my home which is located in my hometown. Where my parents are living and my whole family. 

But from jan 2014 to december 2017 i was in University which is another city. 60 kilometres away from my home city.

So i had to live in hostels. I lived in different hostels during that time. But visited  my home every week. Because my family is living here since i was born here. And i also came here in my holidays(3 months). So my home in my hometown is my permanent address. 

What should i do ? Should i put the hostel addresses ? But i was here every year during my holidays(3 months) how should i put that time ? It is really confusing ... 

My university was in another city and my home is in different city. 60 km distance. most of the time during studies i was in home i lived in hostels temporarily because i wasn't able to travel 60 km daily each side.

What should i do ? Please help me ...


So i didn't write hostel addresses in i130a because here some respected members advised me to write only my permanent address where i was born and still living.
but now on ds260 they want educational background which means i would mention about that degree too which i got from another city but i didn't write hostel addresses.
now i'm confused because the following reasons.

i- if i put only my Permanent address in form ds260 which i already mentioned in I130A because i'm living here since my birth AND also write about the degree which i got from another city won't they object that why i didn't write hostel addresses?

i-And if i put my hostel addresses in form ds260 then it will differ from form I130A won't they ask why i didn't mention it in form I130A?

so what should i do? should i put only my permanent address in form ds260 and write a letter to and submit to Nvc and explain everything in that letter that why i didn't write the hostel addresses? Need guidance Note: i never left my country also the city where i got degree is in the same state where my hometown is.......


 

@pushbrk can YOu help me out? please

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1 hour ago, SABB said:

@pushbrk can YOu help me out? please

Be consistent.  If asked at interview, explain

 


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