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Hi every one,

I filed my I-751 on the 16th of April 2012. I received the NOA on the 23rd of April (Dated 19th April). I am eagerly awaiting my biometrics letter but haven't yet received it. I am concerned about the following issues and sincerely request your opinions. My sincere thanks to you all in advance

1) I will have to do my Bio at the Baltimore Field office. Is this office known to be slow in scheduling appointments. Anybody among Feb, march or April filers at Baltimore, have you received biometrics letter. If so please let me know your time line and when you received the letter.

2) I am shifting to PA by end of June. When do you think I should notify an address change and how soon do they update it to their system.

3) In case I dont receive biometrics before I shift to PA will this delay bio appointment further? will I finger print in PA or Baltimore?

Please let me know.

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Check the stats on Baltimore and threads for similar situations, I would change you address as soon as you are in the system. You should get an acknowledgment soon.


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http://www.uscis.gov/dateCalculator.html

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I am sorry I dint get this. What does in the system mean. I am in Baltimore till the 27th of June and hen from 28th June I will be in PA. So when should I change the address.

Sorry for this silly question. Where do I get Baltimore stats

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I am sorry I dint get this. What does in the system mean. I am in Baltimore till the 27th of June and hen from 28th June I will be in PA. So when should I change the address.

Sorry for this silly question. Where do I get Baltimore stats

According to USCIS you must notify them of a change in Address within 10 days of movingYou can do it online or snail mail. The online version is quicker and then you will receive a confirmation letter by mail sent to your new address.online version link.

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Hi every one,

I filed my I-751 on the 16th of April 2012. I received the NOA on the 23rd of April (Dated 19th April). I am eagerly awaiting my biometrics letter but haven't yet received it. I am concerned about the following issues and sincerely request your opinions. My sincere thanks to you all in advance

1) I will have to do my Bio at the Baltimore Field office. Is this office known to be slow in scheduling appointments. Anybody among Feb, march or April filers at Baltimore, have you received biometrics letter. If so please let me know your time line and when you received the letter.

2) I am shifting to PA by end of June. When do you think I should notify an address change and how soon do they update it to their system.

3) In case I dont receive biometrics before I shift to PA will this delay bio appointment further? will I finger print in PA or Baltimore?

Please let me know.

1- I'm sure you will get it before you move to PA, if the Bio App. date is later than your moving date, you can always do Bio walk-in in Baltimore office as long as you have the Bio App. letter in your hand.

2- After you move to PA, you can change your address on-line, here is the link https://egov.uscis.gov/crisgwi/go?action=coa.Terms

you will get a confirmation e-mail by USCIS, save that e-mail for a proof that you have actually changed your address.

3- You will get it before you move to PA but just in case bear in your mind that you can always reschedule your Bio App. too.

FYI, since you're an April 2012 VSC filer, you will probably hear something about your case in January 2013 or later.

Good luck !...... Please keep us posted....


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