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Change of address before interview

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Hi everyone, my fiancée (petitioner) will be changing address to another state (same job just transferring) before my interview. Are we required to change the address at the interview? The medical, affidavit of support and ds-160 all have the current address because she hasn’t moved yet but she will be moving soon. 

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she needs to change it as soon as it happens (form I -865) 

and you,  the beneficiary should not try to do this 

they may think you do not intent to join her 

at the POE the CO will ask what address you are going to in the US / what you say must match what is in their system as her address

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