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Address Change When 485 is Pending

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I recieved my EAD card last month, and my 485 status is " waiting for an interview schedule". Howereve we have decided to move to another state next month.

The USCIS website says that I can do the change of address online. But I am still not sure if I should call USCIS again aften doing the online change.

Anyone here has similar experience? Your advice would be greatly appreciated!!!


05-21-2014: Interview in Montreal: K1 Visa Approved with Administrative Processing

07-03-2014: CEAC STATUS UPDATED: K1 Visa Issued.

07-12-2014: Marriage

07-28-2014: Filed I-485, I-765, and I-131.

08-01-2014: NOA1 for I-485, I-765, and I-131

08-26-2014: Biometric

09-18-2014: EAD

03-30-2015: I-485 Interview and got approved on site:)

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Yeah it's always good to double check by calling in, and be sure that when you change the address online include the receipt numbers for all pending petitions, which in your case looks like it's just the AOS.


This does not constitute legal advice.

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Yes once you do the address change online you should call USCIS and make sure the address has been updated in their system

Yeah it's always good to double check by calling in, and be sure that when you change the address online include the receipt numbers for all pending petitions, which in your case looks like it's just the AOS.

Thank you both! One more question: should I call USCIS immediately after online address change or wait one or two days to call them?

Thanks again!


05-21-2014: Interview in Montreal: K1 Visa Approved with Administrative Processing

07-03-2014: CEAC STATUS UPDATED: K1 Visa Issued.

07-12-2014: Marriage

07-28-2014: Filed I-485, I-765, and I-131.

08-01-2014: NOA1 for I-485, I-765, and I-131

08-26-2014: Biometric

09-18-2014: EAD

03-30-2015: I-485 Interview and got approved on site:)

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