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How can I change green card mailing address before entering the U.S.?

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Hi all,

I have one question regarding change green card mailing address. The address I put on DS260 is no longer available, so I am wondering what the process will be if I want my physical green card be mailed to a new address after I enter the U.S.

Does change of address on USCIS website work in this case? To my understanding, USCIS change of address only applies when you already lived in a previous address and then moved to a different place. Am I correct?

Any input will be appreciated!

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hi

no, at the point of entry when the officer at customs receives your packet, you will be escorted to an office where they will check the documents, they will ask you where do you want your card to be mailed

you can give him or her the new address

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hi

no, at the point of entry when the officer at customs receives your packet, you will be escorted to an office where they will check the documents, they will ask you where do you want your card to be mailed

you can give him or her the new address

That's great! Thank you so much for this information. :)

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hi

no, at the point of entry when the officer at customs receives your packet, you will be escorted to an office where they will check the documents, they will ask you where do you want your card to be mailed

you can give him or her the new address

yes but...

In some cases the officer may not come to his mind that you may change your address.

So, its better for you to take the move yourself and inform him that you want to do so.

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yes but...

In some cases the officer may not come to his mind that you may change your address.

So, its better for you to take the move yourself and inform him that you want to do so.

Ok. I will make sure that I inform the officer that I want to get my address changed. Thanks for the headsup!

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