I believe that this question has been answered several times within the last 24 hours. The address change has no effect on the filing, since it is in the same county.
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Again, based on my answer to your previous similar question, you do meet the physical presence requirements and the fact that you'll move to another state will have no bearing or adverse effect on your N-400 application.
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As long as you show you maintained U.S. residency, you are eligible for naturalization.
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Based on the facts, presented, you will have met the physical presence requirement for citizenship-- that is, you have spent at least 2 1/2 years in the United States.
However, if in the past 4 years, you have spent more than 6 continuous months out of the US, that may be a problem. (It is unclear from your post as to how long you were out of the country, if at all, during the past 4 years.)
If you have any questions, you should consult an attorney and discuss this in further detail.
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Even if you have a total of 2.5 years of physical presence, taking two long trips right before filing may be an issue. I would have to talk to you more to properly advise you. Moving within the same county is not an issue.