Tempe Immigration Attorney
Change of Address: Protecting Your Immigration Status
Immigration law requires that anyone changing their place of residence that is not an American citizen, report their change of address to the USCIS within 10 days. Failure to do so can result in deportation. Due to the seriousness of these consequences it is important to always adhere to this law. Non-American family members must also be made aware of this law and any young adults that are considering leaving home. This information even applies to those that are currently petitioning their citizenship. Filling out these forms and submitting them in a timely manner can spare you from having to face serious penalties. If you have any questions regarding how to file your change of address form, it is important that you speak with a Tempe immigration attorney from the firm before it is too late.
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Foreign nationals that are within the United States must notify the USCIS of a change in address. Those with a pending immigration petition can submit an electronic change of address from the USCIS website. Foreign nationals must submit a separate type of form to the USCIS when they change their address. If you are a foreign national that currently has immigration petitions pending, you must also submit a Form AR-11 to USCIS. Speak with an attorney from our firm if you have any questions regarding change of address. You could be made to face jail time, fines and even deportation is the forms are not received by the USCIS on time. We understand how important your immigration status is to you and have helped many to avoid serious consequences stemming from failure to notify of a change of address. With over 22 years of experience, we have assisted clients with even the most complex immigration issues. Please call us today so that we can assist you.
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