Family, Business and other types of Immigration Petitioners, Applicants and Beneficiaries must remember to inform the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) of address changes for pending applications, and some approved applications.
Petitioners and Beneficiaries of Family and Business Cases
If a Family (Form I-130) or Business case (I-140) is filed and still pending, the Petitioner and Beneficiary of the Petition must always inform the USCIS of any address change within 10 days of the change of address. This is important to ensure you are informed of any updates of the application. To do so, please see “How to Change Address” below.
For Petitioners of Non-Immigrant/Temporary Visa cases (Companies filing Form I-129 for employees for L, H or other similar visas), an Amended Form I-129 (https://www.uscis.gov/i-129) should be filed.
Non-Immigrant/Temporary Employees should follow the “How to Change Address” below.