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Joshua H

Conflicting/confusing information for an Address Change

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Hello all,


Currently my I-129F is sitting at the NVC since April like many others, and while it has been sitting there I have changed addresses.  I found that I should contact the USCIS for an address change, so I did this from the following page: https://egov.uscis.gov/coa/addressChange.do

Once I did that however, I got this email from them.




So of course I do as said, and contacted the NVC.  However when I did this I got this message back.




Currently anything being sent to my previous address is being forwarded to my new address through USPS, however I would highly prefer to have this information updated.  On top of this, I have recently changed internet providers so my current E-Mail address that I filed my form with is also going to expire, should I contact them about this to get that updated as well?


Thank you!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines

Thank goodness the petition is at NVC then.


As the USC, you only need to update your address with the USCIS if you have a pending case (which you don't) or an active in place i864 (which you don't).

Edited by payxibka


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