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Old 08-12-2010, 09:16 PM
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Default Change of address in Green Card

Hi everyone

I have my Green Card since oct 2008. Recently I moved to a new address. Do I need to file for change of address? If so where?

Thanks in advance
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Old 08-12-2010, 09:29 PM
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Default Same online link used for AR-11

Go to uscis web site and find the link for AR-11 or change of address or call uscis customer service Phone number which is mentioned on your GC approval notice.
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Old 12-01-2010, 06:37 AM
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Default Form I-90

Though AR-11 is used to notify the USCIS about the change in your address, you have to update the new address in your green card. To do this, you must file Form I-90 with the USCIS.
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Though AR-11 is used to notify the USCIS about the change in your address, you have to update the new address in your green card. To do this, you must file Form I-90 with the USCIS.
I-90 is not needed for change od address for green card. I-90 is only for replace ore renew green card for lost or expiring date.


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Hi everyone

I have my Green Card since oct 2008. Recently I moved to a new address. Do I need to file for change of address? If so where?

Thanks in advance
AR-11 should be filed within 10 days of moving to new address.

USCIS - Change of Address Information


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I-90 is not needed for change od address for green card. I-90 is only for replace ore renew green card for lost or expiring date.


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You are right when you said I-90 is used to renew or replace your green card. Additionally it is also used if your name or other biographic information has changed since the card was issued;
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