I obtained my US citizenship in 2010. I got my replacement of Certificate of Naturalization in 2016 because I lost the previous one. Now, I have moved to another state and will be living in the new state for at least 8 years. Should I apply for another replacement of Certificate of Naturalization again, just to change the address or it's OK to hold on to the current one with my old address on it?
No. You're already a citizen. As such, you don't have to keep your address current with USCIS or DHS anymore. You also don't need a replacement Certificate of Naturalization. Yours remains valid even if you no longer live in the same address.
No it is not required of US citizens.
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No. A naturalized citizen does not need to obtain a new certificate every time he or she moves.
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