View Full Version : Is address change required during I-140 stage
08-23-2007, 11:02 AM
My employer filed I-140 application for me this month. I will have to move to a different house next month. Will this have any impact to 140 processing ?
Do I have to inform USCIS ?
08-23-2007, 11:10 AM
Address change (AR-11) has to be filed irrespective of whether your GC is in process or not. Even International students have to file AR-11.
08-23-2007, 11:36 AM
I did change my address when my 140 is pending, i did take care of AR11 form and after that you will be given a screen for change of address on the pending applications, i did do that too.
After 3 days LUD was also changed with the new address change, i received a letter from USCIS about the change of my address on file.
My 140 also approved successfully on 08/15/2007
08-23-2007, 01:40 PM
AR-11 has to be filed by all non-citizens, that translates to GC holders or permanent residents as well.
You dont have to provide COS for I-140 if all correspondence is going to your employer and you dont have any other pending application
AR-11 is filed manually and mailed. Everyone will use 41 cents stamp.. No way to track it if its really done or not.. Its in your interest only if you've pending applciation where you expect any replies to your address...
08-23-2007, 02:34 PM
Last year i filled AR-11 manually and mailed with 39 cents to USCIS . Even though My Approval papers went to old address and then went back to USCIS. Later on I called them and gave the new Address then only they sent again to New Address . I don't think USCIS will see our AR-11 forms .
I don't know abt online AR-11 Form , it came recently .
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