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hello everyone

I have a bit of an interesting scenario

I filed back in December 2014 (Hartford CT) office

yesterday I received notification that they started the process for scheduling my naturalization interview

to my surprise this morning, i get another notification that the interview has been scheduled and a notice will be mailed

which is great, however - I moved less than 10 days ago (same state) and filed my change of address online back on May 18th

what will happen now? i am thinking i may run into the risk of the interview notice going to my old address. Local post office said no guarantee that it will be forwarded properly to the new address

any advice to be proactive here?

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hello everyone

I have a bit of an interesting scenario

I filed back in December 2014 (Hartford CT) office

yesterday I received notification that they started the process for scheduling my naturalization interview

to my surprise this morning, i get another notification that the interview has been scheduled and a notice will be mailed

which is great, however - I moved less than 10 days ago (same state) and filed my change of address online back on May 18th

what will happen now? i am thinking i may run into the risk of the interview notice going to my old address. Local post office said no guarantee that it will be forwarded properly to the new address

any advice to be proactive here?

http://www.uscis.gov/ar-11

They suggest to call National Customer Service Center (800-375-5283). I would just call and ask what address it was sent to. If it's still old ask them to re-send it to the updated address.

Good luck!

Edited by olna83

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Thank you Jaze, I actually just got off the phone with the tier 2 cs

surprise, surprise, they have no record of my AR-11, and new address (I have the confirmation via email)

so she said call us back by end of June (if I do not receive the notice) and request it faxed since my appointment is likely to be first or second week of July

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Sorry but USPS doesn't forward government mails.

AR-11 is not a trustworthy application. When I moved back in 2012, I updated my address but 2 years later, they still sent reminder to my old address and people, who stayed there, returned it back to USCIS.


N400

12/06/2014: Package filed

12/31/2014: Fingerprinted

02/06/2015: In-Line for Interview

04/15/2015: Passed Interview

05/05/2015: Oath letter was sent

05/22/2015: Oath Ceremony

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