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Change of address problems on myUSCIS login

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ireland

AOS Filer here, waiting on interview, case filed in March 2019.   We moved house in July so I submitted an AR11 change of address online at the end of July.  Information/and call center said it could take up to 30 days to apply.  A call center agent also asked me for the new address in late August.  


In Sept a level 2 agent said the new address was in their call center system and had been since early August.  However, even today, my account on myUSCIS still has the old address.  Im concerned that they will send mail to my old address and I could miss an interview invite.   


Has anyone had any experience of how the change address process works, if the myUSCIS system got the new address and how long it took?



first met late 2016, met 13 more times since. Filed i-129 Apr 14th. NOA2 dated Oct 11th. 

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