Hi, Can i change my house in same USCIS juristriction and notify "Change of Address" during RFE in N400? We responded to our RFE before 120 days and we have still not got any updates from USCIS, in the mean time we planning to move from our current appartment to another house in the same USCIS juristriction and wondering whether it will affect the processing of our naturalization case? Thanks!
You can legally move but it may delay processing of your case.
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you can legally move, do not forget to fill out form AR-11 and send a letter to CIS where the case is currently pending. Do not be surprised if your interview notice will come to the old address
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Consider hiring an attorney at this point. You should have received a decision from the Chicago District Office. Update your address on www.uscis.gov. You can update your application address, as well. Make copies of the two receipts. Good luck.
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Yes. You need to file the AR-11 within 10 days of the change.
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You have the legal right to move if you wish. You will obviously need to notify USCIS of your address.
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