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Hello everyone!

My name is Malin and my fianc├ę and I got the NOA2 for our I-129f petition two weeks ago ­čĺî And we just started gathering some documents... So while I researched I just read the information about the consulate in Frankfurt here on visajourney and realized that there will be a┬á┬á"Residence history" form┬áin the packet 3.

I tried to do some research about it, but couldn't find much. I actually would like to know if they only want the past 5 years or since I was 16 years old, like for the DS-260. I moved a lot in the past and didn't really keep track of all of it, so I would have to get my address history from each town I have lived in separately, which includes paying fees at every office.

So before I start wasting a lot of money and in the end only need the past five years,┬áI thought I might ask here first and hope that someone can help me! ­čśŐ

So my appeal goes to everyone who recently applied for the K-1 at the Frankfurt Consulate. I will appreciate every information or help!

Thanks a lot in advance!

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11 minutes ago, MalinRonja said:

Hello everyone!

My name is Malin and my fianc├ę and I got the NOA2 for our I-129f petition two weeks ago ­čĺî And we just started gathering some documents... So while I researched I just read the information about the consulate in Frankfurt here on visajourney and realized that there will be a┬á┬á"Residence history" form┬áin the packet 3.

I tried to do some research about it, but couldn't find much. I actually would like to know if they only want the past 5 years or since I was 16 years old, like for the DS-260. I moved a lot in the past and didn't really keep track of all of it, so I would have to get my address history from each town I have lived in separately, which includes paying fees at every office.

So before I start wasting a lot of money and in the end only need the past five years,┬áI thought I might ask here first and hope that someone can help me! ­čśŐ

So my appeal goes to everyone who recently applied for the K-1 at the Frankfurt Consulate. I will appreciate every information or help!

Thanks a lot in advance!

They want to know everything from back when you were 16. City, country, month/year. 

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3 minutes ago, Letspaintcookies said:

They want to know everything from back when you were 16. City, country, month/year. 

Thank you very much for your quick response!

Could you also tell me, if they only mean where I was registered or where I physically stayed? I sometimes traveled and stayed there for more than a month, but had no officiad address abroad.

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7 minutes ago, MalinRonja said:

Thank you very much for your quick response!

Could you also tell me, if they only mean where I was registered or where I physically stayed? I sometimes traveled and stayed there for more than a month, but had no officiad address abroad.

That's what it said: 

List below all places you have lived for at least six months since reaching the age of 16, including places in your country of nationality. Begin with your present residence:

 

Come over to the german sub-forum if you have more questions about the process in Frankfurt ­čśŐ

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8 minutes ago, Letspaintcookies said:

That's what it said: 

List below all places you have lived for at least six months since reaching the age of 16, including places in your country of nationality. Begin with your present residence:

 

Come over to the german sub-forum if you have more questions about the process in Frankfurt ­čśŐ

Ohhh.... "for over six months". Ok. That makes things easier. Somehow ­čśů

for example, I lived with my mom for 3 months in between and was registered there... later I lived on a farm for 5 months... So I don't have to include them?

I'm still somehow new here and it's my first post ­čśç sooo... which sub-forum do you mean? Haha

Sorry for all these questions. And thanks a lot for your help!

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