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I will soon be filing the K1 application using the address I presently live at. About 3 months after I file I will be moving across the Country to a new address. Does anyone see an issue with this?

Thank you for your help.

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31 minutes ago, jiker said:

I will soon be filing the K1 application using the address I presently live at. About 3 months after I file I will be moving across the Country to a new address. Does anyone see an issue with this?

Thank you for your help.

Who are you?  Petitioner or beneficiary?


YMMV

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2 minutes ago, jiker said:

"I will soon be filing the K1 application" Petitioner

 

If you trust the uscis address change process, no problem at all


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18 minutes ago, jiker said:

No idea how this comment helps anybody!

 

It's a direct answer to your original question --

 

On 4/25/2021 at 1:37 AM, jiker said:

About 3 months after I file I will be moving across the Country to a new address. Does anyone see an issue with this?

 

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32 minutes ago, Chancy said:

 

It's a direct answer to your original question --

 

 

How?      "If you trust the uscis address change process, no problem at all"

I have never had any experience using the USCIS address change process. So how doe that response help me?

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You do the next best thing an READ.  There are literally 100s of threads about the accuracy,  inaccuracy, consistency and inconsistency achieved by others who  have file COAs.  You read and then draw your own conclusion .


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I’m sorry you haven’t received a helpful response here! I believe what previous commenters are trying to get at is that there is a very clear system in place to update your address with USCIS, but, based on the experiences of some, it doesn’t always seem to work and communications may still be sent to the previous address. I would propose you send your app now, then update your address with USCIS, but ALSO set up mail-forwarding as a back up and track your case in the Case Tracker App so that you are aware of when you should be expecting communications. 

 

I know searching the forums for a specific answer isn’t as easy as some make it seem. Hope this helps!

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