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vamsi_poondla
12-20-2007, 09:03 AM
Receipt Number: SRC0XXXXXXXX

Application Type: I485, APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS

Current Status: Notice Returned as Undeliverable.

On December 19, 2007, the post office returned the notice we last sent you on this case I485 APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS as undeliverable. This may have serious effects on processing this case. Please call 1-800-375-5283 to update your mailing address for this notice to be re-sent..

I have not yet got the FP appointment. Could this be the letter for that or something else serious?
After filing, my address changed.
I submitted AR-11 form, called USCIS and updated address, when opened SR last month gave them the new address to for which any notices have to be sent etc..but still got this letter from our super efficient USCIS.

vamsi_poondla
12-20-2007, 09:07 AM
I called USCIS and created a new service request. Hope they will do it right this time.

My worry is if this is NOT FP notice, and something else, will it effect my application in anyway since I could not respond in a timely manner due to address change.

solaris27
12-20-2007, 09:36 AM
submit AR-11 form online and also send it by post also .

venky08
12-20-2007, 10:06 AM
did you get a letter from USCIS to your new address that they have received your address change request?

i changed my address back in last week of September and got the letter in mid october. i got two separte letter one addressed to me and one addressed to my wife. this letter will ensure that they have your new correct address on the file. you should get one letter for you and for each dependent. also, you should change addresses for each individuals (for you and dependent).

also keep in touch with your lawyer, they shall recieve one notice for FP alongwith you.

I called USCIS and created a new service request. Hope they will do it right this time.

My worry is if this is NOT FP notice, and something else, will it effect my application in anyway since I could not respond in a timely manner due to address change.

logiclife
12-20-2007, 12:38 PM
did you get a letter from USCIS to your new address that they have received your address change request?

i changed my address back in last week of September and got the letter in mid october. i got two separte letter one addressed to me and one addressed to my wife. this letter will ensure that they have your new correct address on the file. you should get one letter for you and for each dependent. also, you should change addresses for each individuals (for you and dependent).

also keep in touch with your lawyer, they shall recieve one notice for FP alongwith you.

Did you apply online or thru regular mail? Also, if you sent regular mail, was it certified mail or just regular first-class mail?

go_getter007
12-20-2007, 12:48 PM
You can change your address online or also by calling the USCIS. I did the latter in my case a few months ago. Once the system is updated by a USCIS customer service rep to reflect the new address, you'll get an email notification, if you have that feature activated on the USCIS site/your application portfolio.

Good luck.

GG_007

PS: Not a lawyer, just my personal opinion.




Receipt Number: SRC0XXXXXXXX

Application Type: I485, APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS

Current Status: Notice Returned as Undeliverable.

On December 19, 2007, the post office returned the notice we last sent you on this case I485 APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS as undeliverable. This may have serious effects on processing this case. Please call 1-800-375-5283 to update your mailing address for this notice to be re-sent..

I have not yet got the FP appointment. Could this be the letter for that or something else serious?
After filing, my address changed.
I submitted AR-11 form, called USCIS and updated address, when opened SR last month gave them the new address to for which any notices have to be sent etc..but still got this letter from our super efficient USCIS.

venky08
12-20-2007, 12:51 PM
the way i did it is i applied over internet using online AR-11 form. I did not apply by mail. Then, the next day, I called my lawyer's office and told them to contact USCIS to make them aware that my address has been changed on the petitions that are under consideration. For the people who use the online change of address path, i think everybody should know that there is more to it than just hitting submit button to AR-11. It then takes you further to ask whether do you have any pending petitions with USCIS. then you are supposed to say yes (if you do) and then it will take you to a screen where you provide your case numbers etc. however I couldnt get to that step due to some glitch so i decided to call my lawyer's office to have them finish that step. They simply called and informed USCIS of the address change.

hope this helps.

Did you apply online or thru regular mail? Also, if you sent regular mail, was it certified mail or just regular first-class mail?

vamsi_poondla
12-20-2007, 01:14 PM
My Receipt Date is Sept 18th. I changed address before I got my receipt.

For address change,
1) On Sept 25th, I filed AR-11 online, then as a chain, modified the addresses on all my pending applications. I got letter confirmations. This happened in Sept.
2) I also called them in Nov to raise a SR since I did not receive the FP notices. In the SR, I again gave my new address.
3) Then today I got the status changed as Notice Returned as Undeliverable.
4) I called USCIS first thing in the morning and again raised a SR
5) I also took an Infopass to meet field office folks and ask for help

All this I did to my spouse also.

BharatPremi
12-20-2007, 02:56 PM
One SHOULD do change of address as under.

1) Fill AR-11 online
2) Mail AR-11 (Delivery Signature proof)
3) Call USCIS for change of address
4) Within a week take Infopass appointment to verify whether address is
changed or not.