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Changing of Address

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Hello everyone, My fiance wanted to move in to a new apartment and we kinda confuse on what to do about the address changing. Do we have to call the USCIS office or we have to change the address on USCIS website? We are August filer and hopefully we should hear something anytime soon. Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.

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I also moved during my process and had to change my address.I suggset you do both. Call and send also an email as a confirmation. You can never be to careful. USCIS needs to have your correct address to send you the NOA-2. Moving will not affect your process. But keeping an updated address with the USCIS is very important. Hope this helps.

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