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I Filed for a Relative In Jamaica Who Then Moved to London – Immigration Q & A

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Question: I am a US citizen who filed for my sister in 2007 while she lived in Jamaica – she has now moved to London, England. Is this move going to affect her case and what can I do to make sure the government knows about her move?

Answer: The move can affect her application in that if she has moved to London permanently, her file and processing would have to sent to the Embassy by the National Visa Center for adjudication. This should not

You can change your address online and update your address on pending applications and petitions at the same time using the Online Change of Address system which will first prompt you to complete Form AR-11 electronically. Once you complete Form AR-11, the system will prompt you to complete the second step and update your address on any pending or recently approved applications and petitions. If you have outstanding applications or petitions and do not complete this second step, you will still need to update your address by calling 1-800-375-5283 or by returning to the online system at a later time. For TTY (deaf or hard of hearing) call: 1-800-767-1833.

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Wayne C.Golding Sr. Esq.
The Golding Law group PLC
311 North Rosalind Ave
Orlando, Florida 3201
407 574 8691
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About Wayne C.Golding Sr. Esq.
Born in Kingston, Jamaica in June 1964, Wayne spent some of his formative years growing up in parish of St. Mary.  He is proud that he was blessed with the experience of both “Jamaican country and town life”. He is the child of a St. Mary born mother, Minette Brown – Gayle, a Clarendon born father Louis Golding and is married to Lois Johnson who is also a quintessential  daughter of the soil of Jamaica. Lois and Wayne are the parents of two children Tassanee and Wayne, Jr.  He is a family man who is often joined by his parents and in – laws in his travels and related Diaspora activities.  He credits his strong Jamaican upbringing and access to quality education in Jamaica for his successes in life. This moulding has contributed to his attention to details, perseverance in his law practice and his daily life.

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Wayne Golding

Wayne C. Golding Sr. Esq. is the principal attorney in the litigation law firm, The Golding Law Group, PLC. He mainly practices in the areas of Criminal law, Government litigation and Immigration. Hailing originally from the island of Jamaica, he is a prominent legal analyst for several Caribbean media outlets. As a dedicated and award wining community activist he is strong advocate for the galvanization and legal rights of not only Jamaicans but for the entire Caribbean Diaspora at large. He has served his community in many capacities including but not limited to serving as the Jamaica Diaspora Advisory Board Member for the Southern USA and Chairman of the Orange County Bi-Racial Committee.