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Question on EAD delivery / moving to a new state

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Hi everyone. I hope that someone can help me and my husband with our query.

We arrived from the UK with K-3 visa in the U.S. on 6/26 and he applied for a work permit on 7/7. Because we are only on one income, we decided to stay with my parents in Michigan for a while and save money.

However - our ultimate destination is San Francisco.

Because we assumed the work permit would arrive in early October (about 3 months), we have bought a one-way plane ticket to SF for 10/4. I figured that if the work permit arrives after we leave, my parents could send it to us in California.

Now my husband is worried that he will be required to sign for his work permit - and because we won't be in the state, he won't be able to do it! I know how crazy the visa bureaucracy can be and I don't want to screw anything up due to a technicality.

We are not sure if we should cancel our plane ticket and just wait around to book another trip after we have work permit in hand...but that would mean losing quite a bit of cash, of course!

Does anyone have any insight? Do you think it would be problematic to move during this time? Does anyone remember if they had to sign for their work permit?

Thanks in advance!

Sarah

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Nope, No signature needed for receiving the EAD, the post man will just leave it in the mail box.

NOTE: DO NOT FILE A FORWARDING ORDER AT THE POST OFFICE. This will just get the EAD sent back to USCIS as undeliverable.

Also after moving you should file an AR-11 to inform USCIS of your new address.


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