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Hello Everyone!

We are wondering if anyone else has had this experience, and if so, what you think about this:

My husband has his Conditional Green Card, and we filed AR-11 a year ago when we moved (after approval). We are about to send our I-751 paperwork in, and just received mail that was sent to our old address, mailed back to VSC, then somehow to us at the new address -- with a reminder of I-751 with another form saying that we need to file our change of address. We have our receipt, went to Hartford, and was told that they "don't know what to tell us, that our new address is in the system". They said that when we file the I-751, that will update our address (?!! then what's the point of doing it with AR-11), and that after we file, we will now receive mail at the address we put on that application. They had no explanation about why this happened.

Has anyone gone through this, and in fact DID receive biometrics and Permanent green card at the correct/new address?

I don't feel convinced......and worry that we will not get fingerprint notification in time.


Thank you so much! :-)

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Did only the green card holder file a change of address? Both the petitioner and the card holder need to file change of address forms. One is online the other is printed and mailed in.

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