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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Pakistan
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Hello everyone,

Hope you all are doing great. I had a query which i was hoping can be answered. I received my conditional green card 3 mnths back. I am now moving to annother state due to my new job. My wife (US Citizen) will be moving here with me in another 2 mnths since she is finishing college and will move here after getting done with that. My question is I have to file an AR 11 after moving to the new state rite? Also can i file this online or do I have to postal mail the form. The second question is when my wife moves here in two months time we will be getting a bigger apartment so then I have to file annother Ar-11 since I will be moving again ( in the same city though, just to a bigger apartment :) ). Again can I file this AR-11 online or do I have to postal mail it. Please do let me know if I have this process correct?. I would greatly appreciate if anyone can clarify this for me. Thanks for your kindness. Have a great day.

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Yes, you can file your change of address AR-11 online. If your wife was your sponsor she has to file a change of address as well using form I-865 which must be mailed.


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Yes, you can file your change of address AR-11 online. If your wife was your sponsor she has to file a change of address as well using form I-865 which must be mailed.

Thanks so much for your reply. So even if you move somewhere for two months i.e are subletting an apt you still have to file an AR-11? And then when you move again you have to file an AR-11 again?

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Yes, you can file your change of address AR-11 online. If your wife was your sponsor she has to file a change of address as well using form I-865 which must be mailed.

Thanks so much for your reply. So even if you move somewhere for two months i.e are subletting an apt you still have to file an AR-11? And then when you move again you have to file an AR-11 again?

When ever you move. You should notify USCIS 10 days after you move. File AR-11 online (Google it) at USCIS website. Print it out the confirmation page, keep a copy for yourself and send the other copy with printed and filled I-865 form ( you can download the form under Forms section at USCIS webste).

Good Luck.

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Yes, you can file your change of address AR-11 online. If your wife was your sponsor she has to file a change of address as well using form I-865 which must be mailed.

Thanks so much for your reply. So even if you move somewhere for two months i.e are subletting an apt you still have to file an AR-11? And then when you move again you have to file an AR-11 again?

When ever you move. You should notify USCIS 10 days after you move. File AR-11 online (Google it) at USCIS website. Print it out the confirmation page, keep a copy for yourself and send the other copy with printed and filled I-865 form ( you can download the form under Forms section at USCIS webste).

Good Luck.

Guys I had a quick question. I am a conditional permanent resident. So in the "I am in the US as...." section on form AR-11 I will click permanent resident right. Or is it that I click on "other" and then write below conditional permanent resident. Just a lil confused about this. Thanks for your input! I greatly appreciate it!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: France
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Hello, I was wondering if someone could please answer Nickle's last question: If I am a conditional permanent resident should I check "Permanent resident" or check "other" and write conditional permanent resident. Thanks.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: India
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Hello, I was wondering if someone could please answer Nickle's last question: If I am a conditional permanent resident should I check "Permanent resident" or check "other" and write conditional permanent resident. Thanks.

You are a "Permanent Resident", please check that.


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