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I-864 question - Renting a place during the workweek

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I'm working on updating my I-864 because I changed jobs about 2 months ago and we just found out that USCIS has scheduled our interview in Orlando.  I'm not sure what to put for Part 4, #3: "Is your current mailing address the same as your physical address?".

 

My wife and I are renting part of a townhouse from another couple during the workweek for a few months, while our house is under construction.  Our mailing address is in a condo which is nearly an hour from my workplace and about an hour and a half from my wife's.  We spend weekends there and collect our mail there.  The townhouse rental is not officially a lease.  (Neither is the condo, which my parents own.)  We are just giving the owners checks every month.  We had looked for a month-to-month lease when my wife was getting ready to start her job.  The arrangement with this townhouse was a lot better for us.

 

Do I need to mention this townhouse in our forms for USCIS or bring any evidence for it to our interview?


June 2016: We started writing to each other

June-July 2017: Met in person in the US for our first anniversary

December 2017 - January 2018: Met again in the US and got engaged

01/09/2018: I-129F sent to the USCIS Dallas Lockbox via FedEx

01/16/2018: Received NOA1 (NOA1 notice date: 01/11/2018)

June-July 2018: Met in person in Singapore and Australia for our second anniversary

08/03/2018: Notice date on our NOA2 (updated in USCIS's new website on August 6)

08/15/2018: Our case reached NVC

08/22/2018: Received NVC case number

09/04/2018: Our package left NVC (arrived 9/11, and she sent packet 3 that day)

09/20/2018: Received packet 4; scheduled interview

10/30/2018: Interview - told that we're approved!  Now waiting to receive the visa...
11/27/2018: Port of Entry at BWI

12/1/2018: Our wedding!

12/8/2018: Filed AoS on the way to our honeymoon (12/8-15/2018)
6/~7/2019: EAD and AP approved
TBD: AOS interview in Orlando

 

Note: My fiancée is from Singapore but lives in Australia.

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