No, it is not. Just remain patient a little longer and you'll get your green card in the mail. If you still cannot remain still for a few days then call the nationwide 800 number.
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You could try the 800-customer service number to inquire (rarely useful), or, better yet, inquire with your local USCIS office about the address discrepancy. Hiring an attorney will help get to the bottom of this quicker and provide some peace of mind.