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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Hi there,

Sorry, another newbie question.

My fiancé is living in the Northwest but moving to Jacksonville, FL in March. His parents live in Daytona so we want to have everything sent to them in the meanwhile, so correspondence isn't lost in his move.

How should I indicate that? On the forms I'd like to put their address as his, but we obviously can't claim that as his residence. Is there somewhere to show a different mailing address that I missed, or should I include an attachment? I don't want to delay any longer to file until he moves... I'm ready to lick the stamp!

Any advice please? Thanks everyone!

:blush: cate

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It shouldn't be a problem. I used my mother's address as my primary mailing address since I'm renting a room closer to my work place.


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Filed: Country: Japan
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Hi nice to meet you.

I am same situation. My fiance is living in California now , but he will go to Verginia on this Jan as a work. but he will come back on April. and his parents live in Florida.

and i wanna use his parents address too. because the address is never move.

will you write his parents address on all place on I-129F, G-325, cover letter, another letter ???

If I use his parents address is not mean fake for his address??? Is it allowd ?

sorry I came is your posting.....

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Filed: Country: Japan
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sorry, again...

when he write his parents address ( Florida address ), he have to send to Vermont service center even he send from California??

or send for California service center ???

I am so confused.......

sorry, again...

when he write his parents address ( Florida address ), he have to send to Vermont service center even he send from California??

or send for California service center ???

I am so confused.......

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