AR 11 IS the form you need to file. It is a good idea to forward a copy to the asylum office in which your case is pending not only file it with the VSC.
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We usually do BOTH for our asylum clients. It is the most prudent thing to do. You will also need to change your address with the asylum office online. Get the information from www.uscis.gov
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Yes, you may file an AR-11 online. You should also consider mailing an AR-11 to insure yout address is properly updated.
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