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I have filed for my adjustment status from TN Visa to Married-Green Card and did all the paperwork submitted in early Febuary. I had some delays in my biometrics appointment because they had to be redone, then I had to delay my appointment until I got my passport back from renewal. Biometrics were done again on April 24th. I then recived my I-797 Notice of Action April 25th that my I-766 with the I-512 endorsment that will be "sent to me separtley".

My question is, I'm moving across the country at the end of May (will take 2 weeks) and need to change my address. I'm worried that I will miss an appointment, or paperwork and I'm not sure when I should change my address, or call USCIS and let them know where I will be and when. But what kind of timeline am I looking at to get my I-766 with the I-512 endorsement and then what is next for my USCIS appointments as long as my biometrics are approved?

Thanks in advance!

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