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Okay so, my fiancee and I are currently in the process of filling out the K1 visa and I have a question that I can't seem to find anywhere:

 

I was born in Romania (so I have Romanian citizenship) then immigrated to Canada and lived there for 16 years (so I also have a Canadian citizenship), therefore giving me the dual citizenship title. That being said, I am currently studying abroad (in Romania) and will be until the end of next year (a time by which we should hopefully have gotten our K1 visa all approved). I want to apply as a Canadian in Part 2 Question 9 in the I-129F petition. Is that okay? Can I put "Canada" in Part 2 Question 9 then give my current ROMANIAN address in the following question where it asks for my mailing address? 

 

I don't know if this makes sense but hey, I'll put this question out there because who knows, maybe there are others in the same boat as us!

 

Thanks,

Dan

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5 minutes ago, discoverdan said:

Can I put "Canada" in Part 2 Question 9 then give my current ROMANIAN address in the following question where it asks for my mailing address? 

Yes, and yes. However, that means they probably send that to Romania for your interview. If you want to do your interview in Romania, that's fine. 

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3 minutes ago, USS_Voyager said:

Yes, and yes. However, that means they probably send that to Romania for your interview. If you want to do your interview in Romania, that's fine. 

THANK YOU! And yea that would be perfect, it would be best to have my interview here in Romania since I'd be here anyway. Is this where Part 2 Question 62 comes in (Consular Processing Information)? Would I put the local embassy there?

 

Cheers,

Dan

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1 minute ago, discoverdan said:

THANK YOU! And yea that would be perfect, it would be best to have my interview here in Romania since I'd be here anyway. Is this where Part 2 Question 62 comes in (Consular Processing Information)? Would I put the local embassy there?

 

Cheers,

Dan

Yes, the interview is held where the beneficiary lives. 

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3 minutes ago, USS_Voyager said:

Yes, the interview is held where the beneficiary lives. 

Okay perfect thank you!

 

Another thing, what's the difference between "Beneficiary's Physical Address 1" (in question 12-13 of part 2) and "Your Beneficiary's Physical Address Abroad" (in question 47-48 of part 2)...are they not the same?

 

Dan

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