You can request it. You need to file form AR-11 with USCIS within 10 days of your move. You should provide documentation supporting your request.
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You have to follow the local rules of the USCIS district office where your interview is currently scheduled at in order to request that your file be transferred to the district office that will have jurisdiction over your new place of residence. That could tremendously delay your case. I think it's best when you do your best to attend the interview.
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You can request in writing for the interview to be rescheduled. Provide documentation supporting your request to reschedule the interview based on a change of address. Also bear in mind that this request can delay your process. You will also need to file a change of address form AR-11 10 days prior to your move. You can file the change of address online via www.uscis.gov.
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In a nutshell, its unwise to reschedule at this point. Too much can go wrong.
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Keep the interview date and location as it is now. It will save a lot of time and agony.
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