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Can I just ask a quick question....

I keep going over things Ive sent for my ROC and things that could go wrong..

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In my evidence packet I gave a list of places lived at since recieving CGC and along with it the AR-11 confirmation numbers. Ive always been very good at notifying USCIS whenever I moved (been about 4 times since 20090 but when i seperated from my husband I moved out in august and my head was of course everywhere, I didnt even think to notify USCIS of this move untill November.

I know the ten day rule as i said, ive always been very good at telling them but just this once my circumstance made me forget. I did do it though in the end.

Honestly how strict are they with this? Will this affect my ROC application? will they even check up on the AR-11 numbers. I know that no one will know for sure and I should just accept that its out of my hands so I should just wait and see and just quit worrying cuz whats done is done but just wanted to know peoples thoughts on the matter.....

Thankyou everyone

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Can I just ask a quick question....

I keep going over things Ive sent for my ROC and things that could go wrong..

:bonk:

In my evidence packet I gave a list of places lived at since recieving CGC and along with it the AR-11 confirmation numbers. Ive always been very good at notifying USCIS whenever I moved (been about 4 times since 20090 but when i seperated from my husband I moved out in august and my head was of course everywhere, I didnt even think to notify USCIS of this move untill November.

I know the ten day rule as i said, ive always been very good at telling them but just this once my circumstance made me forget. I did do it though in the end.

Honestly how strict are they with this? Will this affect my ROC application? will they even check up on the AR-11 numbers. I know that no one will know for sure and I should just accept that its out of my hands so I should just wait and see and just quit worrying cuz whats done is done but just wanted to know peoples thoughts on the matter.....

Thankyou everyone

When I was preparing for citizenship a few years ago, I realized to my horror that I'd never notified USCIS that I'd moved 3 years before. I'd completely forgotten about the 10-day rule to notify them. I quickly submitted the change of address form online, and that was it - I never heard back and it wasn't an issue later. So I'd say they are not very strict about it. I'd guess it must happen a lot, and perhaps they realize people have a lot things to think about when they move and it's easy to forget.

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