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Fiancee address for marriage license in Florida question

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I'm applying for my fiancee and my marriage license in Florida, and I had a question concerning her address. She and her mom are staying with me at our apartment, and I have already gotten her set up on my bank account and with a cell phone. But technically she is not yet a resident, because she will be applying for adjustment of status after we get married Saturday. 

 

So my question is, which address should I give for her? Her address in Ecuador (since officially she's still a resident) or our address here in Florida (since it's where she is actually located and will be living)? 

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Just now, BarryLovesAdri said:

I'm applying for my fiancee and my marriage license in Florida, and I had a question concerning her address. She and her mom are staying with me at our apartment, and I have already gotten her set up on my bank account and with a cell phone. But technically she is not yet a resident, because she will be applying for adjustment of status after we get married Saturday. 

 

So my question is, which address should I give for her? Her address in Ecuador (since officially she's still a resident) or our address here in Florida (since it's where she is actually located and will be living)? 

The address where she currently resides.  Unless you want the state or county to send mail to Ecuador.

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Just now, Jorgedig said:

The address where she currently resides.  Unless you want the state or county to send mail to Ecuador.

Well that's what I was hoping. But I just didn't want to cause problems by claiming she was a resident when technically she's not yet.

 

Thanks!

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12 minutes ago, BarryLovesAdri said:

Well that's what I was hoping. But I just didn't want to cause problems by claiming she was a resident when technically she's not yet.

 

Thanks!

Reside (as living) and permanent resident are two very different things 


YMMV

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37 minutes ago, BarryLovesAdri said:

Well that's what I was hoping. But I just didn't want to cause problems by claiming she was a resident when technically she's not yet.

 

Thanks!

Don't over think things and you will be ok. Just use your address. 

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