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My husbands N400 was recently approved and we are waiting on oath ceremony letter. We are going to be moving in a few weeks; staying in the same state. Our leases for our old place and new place are going to overlap. Lease up at our current place at the end of June. Lease at new place starts June 5th. We will be using the full month to move all belongings and cleaning up old apartment. Being as we will be having two leases for an entire month. Do we put in our change of address with USCIS after we sign the new lease even though the old lease will still be active?

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I'd go ahead and change address. This shouldn't cause any questions and even if it did, there's a pretty logical simple answer to it.

Overlapping leases shouldn't be a big deal, most people give themselves time to move. We plan on signing a new lease on Feb 1st, while our old one goes out Feb 20th. I would do the change of address on Feb 1st personally.


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12 hours ago, corvusheart said:

My husbands N400 was recently approved and we are waiting on oath ceremony letter. We are going to be moving in a few weeks; staying in the same state. Our leases for our old place and new place are going to overlap. Lease up at our current place at the end of June. Lease at new place starts June 5th. We will be using the full month to move all belongings and cleaning up old apartment. Being as we will be having two leases for an entire month. Do we put in our change of address with USCIS after we sign the new lease even though the old lease will still be active?

 

You have 10 days after moving. Do it by July 10. Until then, you still have claim to the current apartment as your address. I wouldn't go messing with address changes until I had my letter about the oath ceremony. If you get lucky and have the ceremony in June, then you don't need to change the address at all. On oath day, you are done with USCIS. There is nothing more you have to do for them and nothing more they will send you.

 

You have 10 shots at a June ceremony date. Hope you get one of them. 

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13 minutes ago, Wuozopo said:

 

You have 10 days after moving. Do it by July 10. Until then, you still have claim to the current apartment as your address. I wouldn't go messing with address changes until I had my letter about the oath ceremony. If you get lucky and have the ceremony in June, then you don't need to change the address at all. On oath day, you are done with USCIS. There is nothing more you have to do for them and nothing more they will send you.

 

You have 10 shots at a June ceremony date. Hope you get one of them. 

http://www.mnd.uscourts.gov/Naturalization-Schedule.pdf

We don't have the oath letter yet but the digital notice has appeared online saying his ceremony is on June 24th.


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Ok. On June 24 he will get his naturalization certificate. He owes nothing more to USCIS including a change of address because on June 24 he is no longer a LPR needing to be tracked. 

 

You legally have that apartment address until June 30. I would totally skip the change of address.

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