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Loren & Jason

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About Loren & Jason

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  • Location Birmingham, United Kingdom

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    Female
  • City
    Boston
  • State
    Massachusetts

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    K-1 Visa
  • Country
    England

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  1. Amazing! Thank you for the the direct response! Greatly appreciated 🙌🏻
  2. Sorry was this response for me? I’m confused. I think you might have misunderstood my questions. We haven’t put out the appearance of being married because...we’re not married. My US fiancé wanted to move out so he’s moved to a new rented place on his own. Really it has nothing to do with me, my name isn’t involved in anything because we’re not married yet. I just want want to know about filling in the forms. But thanks anyway for the links! If anyone else has any advice it’d be appreciated.
  3. He guys!! Not a big concern, just a small question. My fiancé in the U.S has just moved into a new rented address. We haven’t filled in the DS160 form yet. Is it ok to put his new address now on anything we file including DS160? Would that be a problem if it differs to the address that was filed in I-129f packet? Do we we need to notify anyone of the change of Petitioners address? (His previous address stated was his parents home) Our case is ‘In Transit’ to London Embassy atm. Thank you!
  4. Thank you! ☺️ I’ll try do that ASAP. I was thinking if it’s not possible to correct then perhaps doing a Deed Poll (name change) but just changing it so it has the extra letter in the middle name.
  5. Haha. I was a bit nervous. I just wanted to ask about a letter missing from a middle name on a birth certificate that differs to passport/driving license/police certificate (all of which have the same spelling with the extra letter, the name that is considered correct). I don’t know how it could happen/how it could go unnoticed but would it be a problem? If so how to go about correcting it before the interview! Thank you in advance ☺️
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