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Address change - how important it is to inform USCIS

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I have filed for adjustment of status from F1 in November 2012 (My wife is US citizen). Three weeks ago I moved to a new apartment in the same locality as my old one. I thought changing the address will lengthen the application processing time, also as my friends are still staying in the old apartment I did not think about changing the address with USCIS. Now I have interview appointment and the interview will be on Feb 8th. I am wondering how important it is to inform the USCIS about change of address? If I change the address, will there be any change in the interview date? Please give some suggestions.

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You're supposed to file the change of address forms when you move. In the situation you describe, I can understand the temptation not to bother (at least until after AOS is complete). What you do is up to you.

Spouse-based AOS from out-of-status H-1B, May - Aug 2012

Removal of conditions, Aug - Nov 2014

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