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My Case is Ready to Be Scheduled for An Interview. I live in Orlando, Fl. 

PD: 09/07/2018

Biometrics: 10/05/2018

EAD approved: 01/31/2019

 

We were planing to move to a bigger apartment (same area) as our lease will end soon. Does this make any problems to the case in delaying interview date or affects our paper work or evidence?

 

Please advise. 

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52 minutes ago, f.g said:

My Case is Ready to Be Scheduled for An Interview. I live in Orlando, Fl. 

PD: 09/07/2018

Biometrics: 10/05/2018

EAD approved: 01/31/2019

 

We were planing to move to a bigger apartment (same area) as our lease will end soon. Does this make any problems to the case in delaying interview date or affects our paper work or evidence?

 

Please advise. 

If you stay in the same area, does your local office stay the same? In that case, no, it won't delay anything. Make sure you change your address with USCIS right after you move to avoid missing any mail (and it's required to do it within 10 days I thought)

 

If your local office changes you'll get the processing times of that office. For some people this worked out really well, others had to wait a little longer. In the end it's perfectly fine to move while waiting for your interview.

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3 minutes ago, C90 said:

If you stay in the same area, does your local office stay the same? In that case, no, it won't delay anything. Make sure you change your address with USCIS right after you move to avoid missing any mail (and it's required to do it within 10 days I thought)

 

If your local office changes you'll get the processing times of that office. For some people this worked out really well, others had to wait a little longer. In the end it's perfectly fine to move while waiting for your interview.

Thank you for replying .. we will be the same field office

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