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Does USCIS send green card to mailing address or physical address?

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Hello, my marriage-based green card interview got scheduled so I am asking these questions..

I am currently moving a lot because of job issues, which means I do not have a stable mailing address for USCIS. 

Here are the questions..

 

(1) Can you guys tell me if USCIS sends green card to your mailing address or physical address? 

     If they send it to mailing, I am going to change it to my parents' house or friend's house so that I won't miss it.

 

(2) Have you guys used usps holding mail service and it works for USCIS? If so, I might use it.

 

(3) Is it okay to have mailing address and physical address in different cities? For example, Mailing address in New York but Physical address in Texas or something. 

 

 

Thank you will be waiting for your response!!! 

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3 hours ago, ABC0607 said:

Can you guys tell me if USCIS sends green card to your mailing address or physical address? 

     If they send it to mailing, I am going to change it to my parents' house or friend's house so that I won't miss it.

Go with this option so it doesn't get accidentally stolen or go missing for some reason. And less complicated to deal with...

 

The other options I have no experience and can't answer them. Sorry!


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21 hours ago, Amelmahbub07 said:

Yes they will send your card to your mailing address. It could be anywhere within state. Its better if you update your mailing address with usps

 

On 12/9/2018 at 3:06 AM, WaterLeaf said:

Go with this option so it doesn't get accidentally stolen or go missing for some reason. And less complicated to deal with...

 

The other options I have no experience and can't answer them. Sorry!

 

 

Thank y'all for responding! 

Will def change my address with USPS as well :)

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