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Hi Everybody!

 

I would like some clarification about the address change...

 

I will be moving back to VA with our son in August to resume teaching again. I originally listed our Swiss address when I started the I-130 petition.

 

Do I just fill out the 'Change of Address' online? Or do I need to do more?

 

Also I have yet to receive my NOA2, so I just assumed the online 'Change of Address' should be enough. But then I found out all these other forms too.

 

So yes, if someone can please clarify that will be great! Thank you! :)

 

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If you’re a USC you will complete I-865 (yes, even if you haven’t yet completed I-864) to change your address in the system. It’s not online you have to print it, sign it and mail it in. 


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Online AR-11 for beneficiary

Mailed I-865 for sponsor


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16 minutes ago, HuberKimFamily said:

Hi Everybody!

 

I would like some clarification about the address change...

 

I will be moving back to VA with our son in August to resume teaching again. I originally listed our Swiss address when I started the I-130 petition.

 

Do I just fill out the 'Change of Address' online? Or do I need to do more?

 

Also I have yet to receive my NOA2, so I just assumed the online 'Change of Address' should be enough. But then I found out all these other forms too.

 

So yes, if someone can please clarify that will be great! Thank you! :)

 

You can also CALL and change your address. 


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19 minutes ago, missileman said:

Online AR-11 for beneficiary

Mailed I-865 for sponsor

AR-11 only works when already a LPR. Beneficiary still in his home country so nothing to submit for him. 


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1 hour ago, milimelo said:

If you’re a USC you will complete I-865 (yes, even if you haven’t yet completed I-864) to change your address in the system. It’s not online you have to print it, sign it and mail it in. 

AH! Ok. Thank you! :) 

I guess I was a bit confused with the lingo of it all. 

Thank you!

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