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Hi guys! My AOS status is “ready to be scheduled for interview” since November 2, i also am in Brooklyn, NY and the wait times are ridiculous, my priority date is june 14, 2018. Having said that, do any of you know if at this point i can change my mailing address into a PO Box, that way i know all my immigration related stuff goes to my PO BOX because there has been times in which my building doesn’t get mail for days at a time for some unknown reason and my interview notice is the MOST important letter i will receive this year and if i get it let i might have a heart attack (mind how i said letter not document 😏) and i will like to know if that can be done. I appreciate your help 😊

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