I am a green card holder, and received my permanent resident card over 10 years ago. In that time I've moved 4 or 5 times, but I can't remember for what moves, if any, I filed a form AR-11 to notify the USCIS of a change of address. I want to now file an AR-11 online to notify them of my current address. The form asks for my "Old address", but I'm not sure what address to enter. I'm worried that if the the address I enter as my old address doesn't match what they have on file as my current address, it will cause problems. If I enter my ACTUAL last address, they may (probably) have no record of it. I have a feeling the address they currently have on file for me is from several moves ago.
The best way to avoid having to change your address each time you move would be to become a United States Citizen. Since you've been a Lawful Permanent Resident for over 10 years I believe you qualify. As to your specific question, I would recommend your answer truthfully providing your actual last address and the new address you are moving to.
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