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Hi everyone,

I moved in the other states because I found a job here, but I don't like my new job and I wanted to go back to my old job. When I moved here I changed my address in my I-1751 removing of condition petition. I want to go back to my house which is my previous address in my petition. Is it allowed to change address twice? I need help pls.

I don't want that my green card will be lost or sent to this address that I'm staying right now. Thanks.

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Hi Meblue,

You can move as many times as you want, as there is no US law against that. However, yes, it is more of a difficult dilemma when you have to deal with the USCIS as a permanent resident and have to report such changes to them when doing such and having to worry about your case because of it.

To be honest with you, if I were in you, I would do what is the best for yourself. Is it better to move, or is it better for to stay? You have to do what is the best for you, and not the USCIS. Don't let them run your life this way, in terms of telling you if you should move or not! So whatever you decide, good luck with your moving/non-moving decision. And remember: Think yourself...Not USCIS!

And yes, if/when you decide do move, you have to report it to the USCIS again (with the AR11 form), and hope that they would not lose your case while it is pending. If in doubt, do contact the USCIS and make an infopass appointment, just in case you don't hear anything back from them for awhile...

Hope this helps. Good luck on the rest of your immigration journey too.

Ant (Still waiting at the VSC, Still waiting for Baby...)

Hi everyone,

I moved in the other states because I found a job here, but I don't like my new job and I wanted to go back to my old job. When I moved here I changed my address in my I-1751 removing of condition petition. I want to go back to my house which is my previous address in my petition. Is it allowed to change address twice? I need help pls.

I don't want that my green card will be lost or sent to this address that I'm staying right now. Thanks.

meblue

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**Ant's 1432.gif1502.gif "Once Upon An American Immigration Journey" Condensed Timeline...**

2000 (72+ Months) "Loved": Long-Distance Dating Relationship. D Visited Ant in Canada.

2006 (<1 Month) "Visited": Ant Visited D in America. B-2 Visa Port of Entry Interrogation.

2006 (<1 Month) "Married": Wedding Elopement. Husband & Wife, D and Ant !! Together Forever!

2006 ( 3 Months I-485 Wait) "Adjusted": 2-Years Green Card.

2007 ( 2 Months) "Numbered": SSN Card.

2007 (<1 Months) "Licensed": NYS 4-Years Driver's License.

2009 (10 Months I-751 Wait) "Removed": 10-Years 5-Months Green Card.

2009 ( 9 Months Baby Wait) "Expected": Baby. It's a Boy, Baby A !!! We Are Family, Ant+D+BabyA !

2009 ( 4 Months) "Moved": New House Constructed and Moved Into.

2009 ( 2 Months N-400 Wait) "Naturalized": US Citizenship, Certificate of Naturalization. Goodbye USCIS!!!!

***Ant is a Naturalized American Citizen!!***: November 23, 2009 (Private Oath Ceremony: USCIS Office, Buffalo, NY, USA)

2009 (<1 Month) "Secured": US Citizen SSN Card.

2009 (<1 Month) "Enhanced": US Citizen NYS 8-Years Enhanced Driver's License. (in lieu of a US Passport)

2010 ( 1 Month) "Voted": US Citizen NYS Voter's Registration Card.

***~~~"The End...And the Americans, Ant+D+BabyA, lived 'Happily Ever After'!"...~~~***

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Hi Meblue,

You can move as many times as you want, as there is no US law against that. However, yes, it is more of a difficult dilemma when you have to deal with the USCIS as a permanent resident and have to report such changes to them when doing such and having to worry about your case because of it.

And yes, if/when you decide do move, you have to report it to the USCIS again (with the AR11 form), and hope that they would not lose your case while it is pending. If in doubt, do contact the USCIS and make an infopass appointment, just in case you don't hear anything back from them for awhile...

Hi everyone,

I moved in the other states because I found a job here, but I don't like my new job and I wanted to go back to my old job. When I moved here I changed my address in my I-1751 removing of condition petition. I want to go back to my house which is my previous address in my petition. Is it allowed to change address twice? I need help pls.

I don't want that my green card will be lost or sent to this address that I'm staying right now. Thanks.

meblue

As long as you file AR-11, the sponsor files something (don't remember the form) *AND* you call USCIS directly to update the current application.

Filing just AR-11 does not update the address on any filed applications currently waiting for adjudication.


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02/27/08 - sent I-751 (remove conditions)

03/07/08 - check cleared

04/24/08 - transferred to VSC

04/25/08 - touched

08/??/08 - reschedule photo & prints

09/19/08 - photo & fingerprints

12/25/08 - touched

12/31/08 - card production ordered

06/14/11 - N-400 app sent

06/16/11 - N-400 NOA

07/07/11 - Biometrics appt.

09/07/11 - N-400 Interview

09/26/11 - Oath ceremony

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Hi Mbmw

Lol...sorry, grammatical error there....what I meant to say was:

"To be honest with you, if I were in your situation, I would do what is best for yourself."

Oh well, typing mistakes happen (and it doesn't help either, than I'm typing while I'm in the midst of feeling all-day sickness), but I'm sure the OP knew what I was talking about there....

Lol...hey, at least I entertained someone else here on VJ...Now that's funny! :lol:

Ant (Still waiting at the VSC, Still waiting for Baby...)

"To be honest with you, if I were in you, I would do what is the best for yourself."

:lol: hahaha, if I were in you, Funny,


**Ant's 1432.gif1502.gif "Once Upon An American Immigration Journey" Condensed Timeline...**

2000 (72+ Months) "Loved": Long-Distance Dating Relationship. D Visited Ant in Canada.

2006 (<1 Month) "Visited": Ant Visited D in America. B-2 Visa Port of Entry Interrogation.

2006 (<1 Month) "Married": Wedding Elopement. Husband & Wife, D and Ant !! Together Forever!

2006 ( 3 Months I-485 Wait) "Adjusted": 2-Years Green Card.

2007 ( 2 Months) "Numbered": SSN Card.

2007 (<1 Months) "Licensed": NYS 4-Years Driver's License.

2009 (10 Months I-751 Wait) "Removed": 10-Years 5-Months Green Card.

2009 ( 9 Months Baby Wait) "Expected": Baby. It's a Boy, Baby A !!! We Are Family, Ant+D+BabyA !

2009 ( 4 Months) "Moved": New House Constructed and Moved Into.

2009 ( 2 Months N-400 Wait) "Naturalized": US Citizenship, Certificate of Naturalization. Goodbye USCIS!!!!

***Ant is a Naturalized American Citizen!!***: November 23, 2009 (Private Oath Ceremony: USCIS Office, Buffalo, NY, USA)

2009 (<1 Month) "Secured": US Citizen SSN Card.

2009 (<1 Month) "Enhanced": US Citizen NYS 8-Years Enhanced Driver's License. (in lieu of a US Passport)

2010 ( 1 Month) "Voted": US Citizen NYS Voter's Registration Card.

***~~~"The End...And the Americans, Ant+D+BabyA, lived 'Happily Ever After'!"...~~~***

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