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We filled out the change of address online. But the strange thing is the confirmation email we received that it has been processed was from a state we don’t live in. We never moved out of our current state, only moved to a different town with the same field office. I called the service center and they had the correct mailing address, stated the COS has been processed, and said the petition is still at the National Benefits Center. They couldn’t give me the physical address, cause they said they don’t have access to that information. Also, the automated AR-11 we got after filling it out online has all the correct information , the correct physical and mailing address. And the original automated response had the correct physical address.Is this normal for the response to come from a random field office? 

It’s a pending I-485 btw. 

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AR11 only applies to an LPR.  You'd update the petitions by calling the USCIS. 

 


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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Brazil
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7 hours ago, NikLR said:

~~moved to AOS progress reports from IR1/CR1 process and procedures~~

 

:time:

 

AR11 only applies to an LPR.  You'd update the petitions by calling the USCIS. 

 

AR11 is not only for LPRs. It's for any aliens that need to update their address, with a pending application or not.

 

For OP, if your information is correct, there's nothing to worry about. When I filed my AR11 online, I only received the email submission confirmation, no actual letter stating they updated the address.

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44 minutes ago, Ryan H said:

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Sorry, got it. Thank you. Would’ve erased the first one if I knew how. Cause I put it in the wrong place. 

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36 minutes ago, Ayrton said:

AR11 is not only for LPRs. It's for any aliens that need to update their address, with a pending application or not.

 

For OP, if your information is correct, there's nothing to worry about. When I filed my AR11 online, I only received the email submission confirmation, no actual letter stating they updated the address.

Thanks for your reply. That’s what I thought. We also got an email confirmation—not an actual letter, maybe I wasn’t clear about that in the original post. The thing that I thought was a little weird was that it came from a field office in a state I never lived in, halfway across the country, and not from the National Benefits Center or the field office in my home state. I talked to an immigration attorney earlier today and he said it could have been assigned to any officer in the country and is nothing to worry about. I panicked that perhaps something caused it to go to the wrong office. 

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