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Address Change Reported by Phone but Still Getting Mail at Old Address

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I received military orders to move across the country during my wife's adjustment of status. We called to report the new address as well as to report that the application for the EAD and the advance parole were past their processing times. my wife received an email a couple of days later confirming that her address had been changed. We also receive notice via the status website that the advance parole and EAD were both approved. The notice of action for the approval of those documents we're both sent to the old address. Luckily we have mail forwarding in the USPS forwarded the notice of action to our new address. About one week later oh, my wife received the tracking number for her EAD card in the mail. The EAD card was sent to the old address, and rather than forward it to the new address, USPS return the EAD card to USCIS in Missouri to the national benefits center.

 

where should we go from here? Should we submit a change of address form online and in certified mail? And then should we call to request that the EAD card be sent to the correct address? I appreciate it


K-1 Fiancé Visa

01/17/2018: I-129F Sent

01/19/2018: NOA1 Received

08/03/2018: NOA2 Received

11/01/2018: K-1 Visa Interview

12/12/2018: Married in U.S.

Adjustment of Status

02/01/2019: I-485, EAD and AP Filed

02/15/2019: I-485, EAD and AP NOA1

 

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6 minutes ago, nakuke said:

my wife received the tracking number for her EAD card in the mail

You should have tried to intercept it at the Post Office and pick up in person if you could. That's what I would do. Of course if you moved out of state it would be difficult. 

 

7 minutes ago, nakuke said:

where should we go from here?

I guess call USCIS to see if they can resend. 

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Change of address can take 30 days.

USPS cannot forward mail sent from government. It will always be returned to sender.

Do an online enquiry for "did not receive card".

https://egov.uscis.gov/e-request/Intro.do

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