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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Belgium
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This might be a silly question... but I sent an AR-11 to update my husband's address to WA since we're now officially no longer in CA and since my parents moved too I don't want anything sent to the old apartment. So now I'm wondering.. Do I need to also send a form to USCIS saying I've moved as well or does that matter?


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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If you are the sponsor (signed the I-864) you also need to snail-mail in your change of address.


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Yes, you both (the USC spouse and the USC co-sponsor) must submit the I-865 Change of Address form, which you may complete online or send in by snail mail.

In the future, if the USC spouse and the USC co-sponsor moves, they must send in an I-865 within 30 days of moving to their new address. The non-USC spouse must file an AR-11 Change of address form within 10 days of moving to the new address (currently, they do not have the option to do this online).

When the non-USC spouse becomes a naturalized US citizen or when the non-USC spouse has worked in the US for 10 years as a lawful permanent resident (green card holder), then both the USC spouse and the USC co-sponsor do not need to report the change of address anymore (because they will be released from responsibility for sponsoring the non-USC spouse).

So my co sponsor must too?


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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So my co sponsor must too?

Anyone who files an I-864 to sponsor or joint sponsor moves they need to file an I-865

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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Yes, you both (the USC spouse and the USC co-sponsor) must submit the I-865 Change of Address form, which you may complete online or send in by snail mail.

In the future, if the USC spouse and the USC co-sponsor moves, they must send in an I-865 within 30 days of moving to their new address. The non-USC spouse must file an AR-11 Change of address form within 10 days of moving to the new address (currently, they do not have the option to do this online).

When the non-USC spouse becomes a naturalized US citizen or when the non-USC spouse has worked in the US for 10 years as a lawful permanent resident (green card holder), then both the USC spouse and the USC co-sponsor do not need to report the change of address anymore (because they will be released from responsibility for sponsoring the non-USC spouse).

Actually, the AR-11, which the immigrant uses, can be filed online, it's the I-865, which the sponsor and co-sponsor uses that has to be snail-mailed.


April 2007 : Met
07/28/07 : Officialy dating
06/07/09 : Engaged
09/04/09 : Married

10/06/09 : I-130 Sent
10/15/09 : NOA1
01/11/10 : Expedite Request Sent Through Congressman
01/14/10 : NOA2

01/22/10 : Got NVC casenumber
03/16/10 : Case Complete

05/04/10 : Medical
05/11/10 : Interview - APPROVED!!
05/14/10 : Passport w/ Visa recieved

05/29/10 : POE JFK
06/25/10 : Apply for SSN
06/29/10 : Received Welcome Letter
07/01/10 : Recieved SSN (33 days after POE)
07/07/10 : Greencard production ordered
07/13/10 : Second Welcome Letter recieved
07/15/10 : Green Card recieved (47 days after POE)

04/02/12 : ROC NOA1
05/24/12 : ROC Biometrics
12/19/12 : ROC Approval
12/24/12 : New GC recieved

3/18/16 : N-400 Application sent
3/25/16 : Text/Email confirmation NOA
4/22/16 : Biometrics Appt

6/24/16 : NOA date for Interview

7/28/2016: Interview

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Belgium
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Ok thanks very much! I have done the online form already. I'll send in the others asap. I haven't changed my license or anything yet, since I wasn't sure if we were going to be able to stay up here or not till now. Will there be any fuss that I didn't change it sooner? Or is it ok since I haven't officially moved yet till now?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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I doubt that you'll have any problems, just put the same date on your form as you used on the AR-11 (moving date) so they can see that you moved at the same time.

I filed my AR-11 and gave my husband the benefit of the doubt to mail his I-865...needless to say I ended up mailing his in about 2 1/2 months after we moved..recieved the notice of that shortly after without any questions asked. I guess you really should send it in within the time-frame they give you, but I doubt they'll actually do something if you send it in a bit late... I sure hope not! :)


April 2007 : Met
07/28/07 : Officialy dating
06/07/09 : Engaged
09/04/09 : Married

10/06/09 : I-130 Sent
10/15/09 : NOA1
01/11/10 : Expedite Request Sent Through Congressman
01/14/10 : NOA2

01/22/10 : Got NVC casenumber
03/16/10 : Case Complete

05/04/10 : Medical
05/11/10 : Interview - APPROVED!!
05/14/10 : Passport w/ Visa recieved

05/29/10 : POE JFK
06/25/10 : Apply for SSN
06/29/10 : Received Welcome Letter
07/01/10 : Recieved SSN (33 days after POE)
07/07/10 : Greencard production ordered
07/13/10 : Second Welcome Letter recieved
07/15/10 : Green Card recieved (47 days after POE)

04/02/12 : ROC NOA1
05/24/12 : ROC Biometrics
12/19/12 : ROC Approval
12/24/12 : New GC recieved

3/18/16 : N-400 Application sent
3/25/16 : Text/Email confirmation NOA
4/22/16 : Biometrics Appt

6/24/16 : NOA date for Interview

7/28/2016: Interview

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