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This is probably a very simple/silly question, but I'm not sure how to fill this out:

 

I've been living at a certain address in CA for the last two years. I came to India to get married, so spent the first 20 days at my parents' and have now been living with my husband.

I fly back on the 23rd of this month, and intend to file my petition this week. My questions is, for the address history, do I fill these addresses in India?

If yes, should it be x July - y July at my parents' residence (I find that odd) and y July - present at my husband's?

If I don't add these addresses at all, the section where it asks you to fill out the last physical address where you lived with your spouse will conflict with my address history (assuming I only go ahead with my California address)

 

Please help :( 
Sorry if this is too silly, and thanks for your time!

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2 minutes ago, Anmol Yash said:

This is probably a very simple/silly question, but I'm not sure how to fill this out:

 

I've been living at a certain address in CA for the last two years. I came to India to get married, so spent the first 20 days at my parents' and have now been living with my husband.

I fly back on the 23rd of this month, and intend to file my petition this week. My questions is, for the address history, do I fill these addresses in India?

If yes, should it be x July - y July at my parents' residence (I find that odd) and y July - present at my husband's?

If I don't add these addresses at all, the section where it asks you to fill out the last physical address where you lived with your spouse will conflict with my address history (assuming I only go ahead with my California address)

 

Please help :( 
Sorry if this is too silly, and thanks for your time!

You were visiting,  not residing 


YMMV

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9 minutes ago, Anmol Yash said:

So I'd say 'never lived together'? Wouldn't they question that?

You weren't living together, just visiting. 
 

In the visa processing world it's very common for someone to have never lived with their spouse. A lot of us on here are waiting for our visas so that we can live with our spouses for the first time (like me :) ). You never living with your spouse is not suspicious to them. 

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12 minutes ago, Anmol Yash said:

So I'd say 'never lived together'? Wouldn't they question that?

No. Most international couples have never lived together. You've had visits and that's all you need in regards to being together in person. Living together previously isn't required and for many, isn't even possible before receiving the CR1/IR1 visa.


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5 minutes ago, RCable said:

You weren't living together, just visiting. 
 

In the visa processing world it's very common for someone to have never lived with their spouse. A lot of us on here are waiting for our visas so that we can live with our spouses for the first time (like me :) ). You never living with your spouse is not suspicious to them. 

Thank you so much for clearing this out for me! We can't wait to live together :D 

4 minutes ago, LilyJ said:

No. Most international couples have never lived together. You've had visits and that's all you need in regards to being together in person. Living together previously isn't required and for many, isn't even possible before receiving the CR1/IR1 visa.

THANK YOU!!

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