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I got an interview date for AOS but I have a question about a change of address

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Just now, Ocelot said:

So I moved a couple of months back but did not let USCIS know for fear of having my case delayed. Will this be a problem come time for the interview? All of my documents have been updated to my new address already but I never sent in a change of address.

Was the move to a new address in the same field office jurisdiction?


07/09/2018: ROC packet sent with USPS 2-day priority shipping

07/11/2018: ROC packet delivered to the Vermont Service Center

07/16/2018: NOA1 received by mail with 18 months extension (notice date 7/12 and check cashed)

08/07/2018: Biometrics appointment letter received by mail (notice date 7/27)

08/13/2018: Biometrics appointment at east Hartford, ct

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2 minutes ago, Ocelot said:

I just checked and it is not. Everything has been scheduled through Los Angeles but I just checked and it looks like my new zip code pointed me towards San Bernardino.

1. You failed to inform a change of address

2. Your new address is in another offices jurisdiction

 

 I’m not sure the odds are in your favor. They can certainly refuse to interview you. 

 

Ive seen cases where someone was turned away on an infopass because they did not go to their local office... and that’s an infopass only. 

 

Id make sure to contact them with the change of address first and talk to a tier 2.

 

good luck and please report back


07/09/2018: ROC packet sent with USPS 2-day priority shipping

07/11/2018: ROC packet delivered to the Vermont Service Center

07/16/2018: NOA1 received by mail with 18 months extension (notice date 7/12 and check cashed)

08/07/2018: Biometrics appointment letter received by mail (notice date 7/27)

08/13/2018: Biometrics appointment at east Hartford, ct

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You are legally required to update your change of address as an immigrant with USCIS within 10 days. 

https://www.uscis.gov/addresschange

 

I'd call a Tier 2 asap even if it screws with your interview date. The larger picture is more important here.

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On 5/30/2019 at 8:44 PM, Ocelot said:

So I moved a couple of months back but did not let USCIS know for fear of having my case delayed. Will this be a problem come time for the interview? All of my documents have been updated to my new address already but I never sent in a change of address.

Most likely when you show up at the interview and they realize that you are not living in their jurisdiction anymore they will not conduct the interview and send your stuff back to NBC....

 

So you didn't achieve anything by not telling them in 10 days after moving....

 

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