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I am moving out of state for a job, but my petitioner will remain in the state to maintain his/her job for now.

My question is: should I transfer my case to the new state, or should I maintain the case in the address where my petitioner is currently living?

 

Thank you. 

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Russia
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If you are the immigrant, then you are required to notify USCIS of your new address via the AR11.  USCIS will transfer the case.

 

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And be prepared that USCIS might question this at the interview. Not living together is a big thing.

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7 minutes ago, Letspaintcookies said:

And be prepared that USCIS might question this at the interview. Not living together is a big thing.

Thanks for the insight. We have been living together for almost 5 years and one year of marriage. My interview was supposed to be today. I hope we both could move together back soon. With the possible backlog of applications, moving now will just delay more. So sad! I read that showing proof that the spouse is looking for jobs at the new place can help. 

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4 hours ago, dekk123 said:

Thanks for the insight. We have been living together for almost 5 years and one year of marriage. My interview was supposed to be today. I hope we both could move together back soon. With the possible backlog of applications, moving now will just delay more. So sad! I read that showing proof that the spouse is looking for jobs at the new place can help. 

Did you ask to reschedule it? 

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2 hours ago, little immigrant said:

Did you ask to reschedule it? 

Since all interviews got cancelled there is no need to reschedule something. USCIS will do that when they open to public again

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
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Perhaps all these are moot when they suddenly approve your green card.... all the best.


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