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Hi everyone!

 

Visajourney has been a huge resource for us while we go through the K1 process! I thought I'd see if anyone has dealt with this before and if it will even be an issue:

 

When filling out the I-129F, my fiance (petitioner) was in the process of moving. Because we didn't want to delay submitting the petition until the purchase of the new house was secured and the other sold, we used the address he was moving from as our physical address in the United States. We used his parent's address for the mailing address so we wouldn't miss any mail.

 

Therefore, on the I-129F where "Address in the United States where Your beneficiary Intends to Live," I put down the old address he now no longer resides at. Will this be an issue when it comes to the medical/interview because the address I intent to live at is now different than filled in on the I-129F? I am from Canada so will be going the the US Consulate in Montreal for the interview and medical clinic in Montreal as well.

 

I hope that makes sense. If anyone knows if this could create a problem I'd appreciate any insight!

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29 minutes ago, Steph & Nick said:

Hi everyone!

 

Visajourney has been a huge resource for us while we go through the K1 process! I thought I'd see if anyone has dealt with this before and if it will even be an issue:

 

When filling out the I-129F, my fiance (petitioner) was in the process of moving. Because we didn't want to delay submitting the petition until the purchase of the new house was secured and the other sold, we used the address he was moving from as our physical address in the United States. We used his parent's address for the mailing address so we wouldn't miss any mail.

 

Therefore, on the I-129F where "Address in the United States where Your beneficiary Intends to Live," I put down the old address he now no longer resides at. Will this be an issue when it comes to the medical/interview because the address I intent to live at is now different than filled in on the I-129F? I am from Canada so will be going the the US Consulate in Montreal for the interview and medical clinic in Montreal as well.

 

I hope that makes sense. If anyone knows if this could create a problem I'd appreciate any insight!

Nope.   Update at interview 


YMMV

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Posted (edited)

We'll be going through Montreal and we're also in the same situation. My fiance has moved since filing the I129F. We'll just be updating the address at the interview when they ask.

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