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Questions about AOS and getting rid of lawyer.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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So my fiance and I are here at my house in Orlando. We want to change our address from NYC to Orlando now that we are doing the AOS. I think we have to file a change of address and just send it to the address of our local office? But also do we have to file anything to let them know we are no longer using a lawyer? Do we have to continue using a lawyer since we used one at the beginning of the process? We had too many screw-ups with her.

Any advice?

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Any time you have an address change you need to let the USCIS know about it. You can go forward without an attorney! Good luck :D


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