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Hello!

 

I have my citizenship interview tomorrow, and need some desperate advice. We moved into our new house in October 2018, and it slipped my mind to change my address on my driver's license.

I'm now petrified I will be turned away. Please can someone advise if:

 

1. I can just do a change of address online and take the print out confirmation that it has been done, alongside a utility bill with my name and address on it.

2. Should I try to go to the DMV and change my address first thing in the morning.

3. Just explain to the IO and bring documentation proving my address. If so what type of explanation should be acceptable?

 

Thank-you

Melissa

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26 minutes ago, tampa said:

Hello!

 

I have my citizenship interview tomorrow, and need some desperate advice. We moved into our new house in October 2018, and it slipped my mind to change my address on my driver's license.

I'm now petrified I will be turned away. Please can someone advise if:

 

1. I can just do a change of address online and take the print out confirmation that it has been done, alongside a utility bill with my name and address on it.

2. Should I try to go to the DMV and change my address first thing in the morning.

3. Just explain to the IO and bring documentation proving my address. If so what type of explanation should be acceptable?

 

Thank-you

Melissa

I would assume that your driver's license has the old address that you also used as your current address in the N-400 filing.  So your driver's license with old address does identify you to the interviewer. You have no problem here.  

 

Did you make a change of address for your N-400 case electronically for your new address after filing?  If not, with your evidence of a new address (not necessarily your driver's license), the interviewer can change your address in the system at the interview.  They want to make sure they have your latest address.  You can simply say your going to change your driver's license address this next week.  

 

Yes, you should have changed your address by now, but it is not that long ago since last October to penalize you in any way.

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