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Thread: Different addresses I-751 filed

  1. #1
    A friend of mine just filed his I-751 and she put down her address and its different than her husband's address. They are not divorced. He is doing an internship in another state. Does that matter?

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    A friend of mine just filed his I-751 and she put down her address and its different than her husband's address. They are not divorced. He is doing an internship in another state. Does that matter?

  3. #3
    Why would she not just use the address where they are living??????? They are still together in marriage, right. He is just on a temporary job assignment in another state. Its like having a child at college. their legal residence is where they live with their parents.

    I am amazed that she would set herself up for a trigger for a possible interview. and that she would do this and ask questions later.

  4. #4
    4Now:

    So if I understand your reply correctly, are you suggesting that if an alien spouse files and AR 11, which shows that he has a different address as his USC spouse, which is by the way in the same town, just a few miles away (which could naturally be interpretted as not a move required as a result of a work reassignment or an educational move) then it would trigger an interview?

  5. #5
    well it could be that the worse that it could happen would be to called for an interview. But my question is a letter can not come in the mail stating that the I-751 is denied. right?
    i mean this situation says it all. Other situations would be a couple working through their marriage instead of divorcing right away.
    INS can not deny an application based on two different addresses. Rather see two different addresses then a divorce papers. I mean the couple is being true. They are not hiding anything.

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  7. #7
    Please help. So my friend knows what she is facing.

  8. #8
    Wish.. I think your friends are fine. the worst that could happen is that they are called for interview and questioned about why there are 2 different addresses on the I751. reasonable explanation given ( clerical misunderstanding/conception) and be done with it.


    Swiss:
    Her friends did not file an AR-11 (change of address) He is on a temporary job assignment.
    It appears on the application she listed 2 different addresses of residence. which was incorrect.

    No AR-11 does not necessarily trigger interview. they do not know that the couple did not just move together to a new residence.

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