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Thread: AR 11 Question

  1. #1
    Hi all,
    A quick question on the AR 11 change of address. I have been very good about always filing since I've been separated when I move (which I do frequently), but am wondering:
    a) does my separated USC spouse need to be filing them as well?
    b) is there any way I can obtain a list of the AR11's I have filed?
    I am worried that I forgot one, from when my spouse and I resided at my parents house while we were still together. I am certain we had my parents address down for a mailing address, but am unsure if we actually filed the AR11.
    Any thoughts?

  2. #2
    Hi all,
    A quick question on the AR 11 change of address. I have been very good about always filing since I've been separated when I move (which I do frequently), but am wondering:
    a) does my separated USC spouse need to be filing them as well?
    b) is there any way I can obtain a list of the AR11's I have filed?
    I am worried that I forgot one, from when my spouse and I resided at my parents house while we were still together. I am certain we had my parents address down for a mailing address, but am unsure if we actually filed the AR11.
    Any thoughts?

  3. #3
    The U.S. citizen does not have to file nothing.
    Only you as the immigrant should update your current address with the USCIS.

    You can do it via AR11 form,online,even over the phone.Its no biggie,even if your late,as long as u update it!

  4. #4
    If your wife-sponsor also moved, she needs to file I-865

    "When Should I Use Form I-865?
    If at any time in the past you completed a Form I-864,
    Affidavit of Support, to sponsor an immigrant, you are
    required to report your change of address within 30 days
    of the change if the sponsorship agreement is still in force."

    http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-865.pdf


    2. You can find AR-11 that you filed through FOIA.. but I doubt it is worth asking and worrying about it. Just continue to do what you are required to when you move, and maybe keep a copy for yourself..

  5. #5
    Anyone willing to take a few minutes to walk a dummy thru exactly how to do so (request a copy of all AR-11's I filed), and speculate as to how long it might take to find the results....I would just hate to submit evidence that was sent to an address that I didn't file on?

    Anyone that bored right now? I'd really appreciate it...I'd promise to stop asking stupid questions...

  6. #6
    US citizens do not have to file an AR11. Aliens may obtain copies of their previously filed AR11s by filing a Freedom of Information Act Request with USCIS.

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