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  1. Great! Thank you for your answer! It makes me feel so much better 👍
  2. Hi everybody! I know many questions have already been asked about that, I am just a bit confused because of all those different informations I can find about this subject. Here's my problem : I am from France and I got my K1-visa in January 2018, my doctor appointement in France was on January 8th, 2018. I entered the U.S in March 2018 and got married in April. I sent my application for AOS on June 2nd, 2018 and I don't remember exactly but USCIS received it about 2 weeks after. I just received a letter for my interview that will be on January 16th, 2019 so pretty much 1 year and 8 days after my DS-3025. I read that the DS-3025 was valid 1 year but I also read it was from the date they received the I-485. My question is : do I need to see a civil surgeon to fill an I-693 or my DS-3025 should be enough? (All the vaccination requirements are complete). I am so confused and I would really appreciate your help. Thank you!
  3. I just wanted to let you know what I did : I sent a letter to the embassy asking if I needed to let them know about the change of address of my fiancé and if I needed to change it on the DS-160. I had a call from a person from the embassy who told me she opened my DS-160, that I could change the address by going back on the website and that I needed to submit it again. She insisted on the fact I needed to go until the end of the form and submit it again and that she would take care I did in the next two days to make sure it was submitted before my interview, which I found really nice of her. I will still bring a documentation like a bill with the new address on it. I just wanted to let you know if it can help people in the future
  4. That is really not a bad idea, I will ask him to give me something like that, thank you!
  5. Alright, thank you so much for this really quick and helpful answer
  6. Thank you for your answer borodine01 ! So you think I should let them know once I get to the interview? I just want to be sure it would not be a problem for the interview itself.
  7. Hi everybody! My name is Jenni, I am French and I am in the process of a Fiancé visa K1, I have my interview at the US embassy of Paris in January. My fiancé, who is the American citizen, recently moved and he informed the USCIS about that, but I filled and submitted my DS-160 form before that with his old address. So his address and the place I will stay (which are the same one) are now incorrect on the form. I tried to call the embassy but I can't reach them. I would like to know if someone who is familiar with the situation could help me. Thank you !