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Hi, I have a question regarding changing address after filing N-400. 

I filed my N400 earlier this year when I was a college student, so I used my parents' address as a permanent address. I've done the biometrics in my parents' state and waiting for interview.

Since then I've graduated and moved to a different state for work. I don't mind flying back my parents' state to do the interview, but my question is do I need to update my address in the system? 

If I do change my address, will they start sending notices and schedule interview in my new state? Will that cause additional delays?

I'd rather keep it with my parents' address if that's allowed because I'm currently renting so my address may change often and I'm afraid things will get lost in the apartment mail... 

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5 minutes ago, little immigrant said:

You can leave your parents address as the mailing but you need to update your physical address. 


Have you been in the new state for 3+ months? 

I've not been in the new state 3+ months. Do I need to update the physical address on the N400 form or the Change of Address form?

Do I need to be in the new state 3+ months for the application to move forward then?

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