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Hi everyone, I have a question on the I-130 form. The part where it says ''Provide the address in the United States where the beneficiary intends to live''. My husband (Beneficiary) never been in USA before. I am a student and I never own a house/Unit on my own name. I always lived in a rented private rooms. For that reason, I am little confused about what address to put in that part. Can someone please help me with that. Thank you so much!

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I’m a September filer. The wife just sent i130 for her father. USCIS Received September 6th, NOA 1 received Sept 12th in the mail. Our case was sent to Texas service center with an IOE receipt number. Best of luck to all. 


USCIS

08/16/2012: I-130 sent to Chicago Lockbox from Canada

08/22/2012: NOA1

11/13/2012: NOA2

NVC

12/04/2012: NVC Case no. assigned

12/06/2012: Filed DS-261

12/08/2012: Paid AOS fee

12/19/2012: AOS Package sent Electronically

12/17/2012: Paid IV Bill

12/19/2012: Filed DS-260

01/16/2013: Sent IV Packet Electronically

01/25/2013: Case Closed at NVC

03/05/2013: Interview date - APPROVED

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On 9/1/2019 at 7:43 PM, BST said:

Hi everyone, I have a question on the I-130 form. The part where it says ''Provide the address in the United States where the beneficiary intends to live''. My husband (Beneficiary) never been in USA before. I am a student and I never own a house/Unit on my own name. I always lived in a rented private rooms. For that reason, I am little confused about what address to put in that part. Can someone please help me with that. Thank you so much!


I haven't lived in the USA for 6 years now but I just put  my parents address since all of my credit card bills and important documents get sent there. I can also trust them 100% with not opening my stuff or accidentally throwing something away. 

Also we will live there temporarily for a few days until we find out where we actually want to live. 

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2 hours ago, USAUAinCZ said:


I haven't lived in the USA for 6 years now but I just put  my parents address since all of my credit card bills and important documents get sent there. I can also trust them 100% with not opening my stuff or accidentally throwing something away. 

Also we will live there temporarily for a few days until we find out where we actually want to live. 

I am also in similar boat but haven't lived in the US for almost twice as long...  We have a house we own but are now renting out, so I put that on there.  I am not sure what they really look at when going over that part...  Almost put my parents as I have some bills going there as well of course... 

 

They shouldn't be sending mail to this address though I wouldn't think? 

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Hi all,

 

We also filed in September. Sent the application in on 26 Aug and got a response on 29 Aug stating that my application had been rejected due to 'no mailing address supplied' yet the letter was mailed to our address in the US. Our immigration attorney said that this was a mistake on their side and he sent the application again along with a letter stating that the mailing address had been on there all along. We received a second notice with a new receipt number on 18 Sep (PD 9 Sep) stating that the application has been received and is being processed. The application has an IOC number and was sent off to Texas so I guess now we wait..

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1 hour ago, MA&AR said:

September filer too !

received September 13, 2019

received text message with IOE receipt number on the 18th

waiting for NOA1

 

What is PD ?

Priority Date


01/28/2019 - Mailed Express Mail USCIS Lockbox Phoenix

01/29/2019 - Received by Phoenix Lockbox
02/04/2019 - Receipt Notice Via Text Message assigned to Nebraska Service Center 

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