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Hey guys, I have my interview at the London (UK) embassy in a couple of weeks for a spouse visa. My wife (US citizen residing in the States) has just brought a new house and is planning on moving into it next week.


Do we need to update anything when she does? i.e. petitioner's address or my planned address while in the states and will this effect my interview date because they have to update the file?



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She has to file an I-865 (sponsor's change of address). I don't think you're required to update anything else, but you can mention it to the CO that your intended address of residency is the new house. But the I-865 is required (and will be required any time she moves to a new address from now until she is no longer financially responsible for you within 30 days of each move). Maybe take a copy of the I-865 with you to the interview as well to accompany the I-864

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