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USCIS sending mail at old address?

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I moved in early April and updated to my current address on the USCIS website, however I received a forwarded piece of mail from USCIS just last week intended for my old address.

How long does it take for USCIS to process your CoA? I'm very confused.

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15 hours ago, Cndn said:

Following this because I’m about to move soon. Maybe try calling them? 

Guess I'll have to give them a ring soon, even though I am loathe to. I'll update when I do.

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Not suuuuper helpful! I was told it was probably a system error and my address was updated the day I changed it. I think I'm going to sign up for an account finally like the rep suggested.

 

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