Family living in different jurisdictions?

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Family living in different jurisdictions?

Postby davidlatour » 01 Feb 2008, 01:05

Does anyone know the best way for family members to apply if they live in different consulate jurisdictions? Most of my family lives in the San Francisco jurisdiction, but my sister lives in the L.A jurisdiction. How could we include her on our application without collecting doubles of all the documents?
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Re: Family living in different jurisdictions?

Postby Gildone » 02 Feb 2008, 23:26

I don't know that you have much of a choice because both LA and San Francisco have long backlogs. The only thing that you could do that I can think of (and I'm not claiming to be correct) is to try to time your appointments so that the person who is in the easiest consular district gets through the process before the person in the more difficult consular district.

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Re: Family living in different jurisdictions?

Postby davidlatour » 04 Feb 2008, 07:53

I think I'll just have my sister change her legal residency to my parents house before our appointment. I believe changing the address on your license in california is pretty straightforward and quick. Anyone see any problems with this?
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Re: Family living in different jurisdictions?

Postby peggymckee » 04 Feb 2008, 14:03

davidlatour wrote:Anyone see any problems with this?
Her auto insurance company might! All the best, Peg
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