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Changing Mailing Address Only on Pending I-130

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Currently in New Zealand with my wife waiting on the I-130. My mailing address is set as my mom's house back in the US, but she is moving, so I need to update the mailing address only. I've done some searching and a lot of people are saying to just do it online (including "Emma" the bot on USCIS's website).


I can't get the online form to work, because it prompts me to change the physical address to a new one (and I can't just put the same address in both fields because it's a New Zealand address and the online form is only set up for US addresses). Has anyone else had a similar experience? Is the the only way to change the mailing address only to send a AR-11 form in, or am I missing something on the online form?




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Do it by phone or not at all.  Just make sure mom shows your name on the forwarding order.  You can then just use the new address going forward.


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