I have changed my address when I went for INFO Pass but USCIS sent me a letter to my old address. what should I do ?
Simply because you did not yet file an AR-11 Address Change form at www.uscis.gov
Do so now.
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Go to www.uscis.gov and file a Form AR-11 online. There is no filing fee. If assistance is needed, contact a US immigration attorney.
If you have not done so already, file the AR-11 online. Wait a few weeks and follow up at the 1-800 number to ensure that it is showing up in their system. I have been told by officers before that USCIS is very bad about updated the addresses in their system. Hopefully they are taking steps to improve.
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Apparently they did not change your address at Infopass. File the AR-11, as my colleagues have said.
They can take weeks to actually update all of their records after you file a change of address. I can't explain why it would possibly take this long, but it does.
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I agree with my colleagues you need to file the AR 11.
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