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Completing paperwork for IR1 when resident in US on L1

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Hi I’m new to the forum but just hoping for some advice. I applied for an IR1 spouse visa a year ago and it is now with the NVC

 My company has just transferred me to the USA on a L1 working visa within a week of being notified by the NVC that they had opened my case I’m not sure how to complete the paperwork because I am now living in the US but the application showed me living in the U.K. originally.

Wont it look wrong to the NVC that my residential address is in the US

Sorry if this seems a bit muddled but the form doesn’t seem to allow for this situation 

thanks

David

 

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