Change of Address Lawyers in Miami
Helping You Meet USCIS Requirements
All non-citizens that come to the U.S. must maintain their current address with the immigration service (USCIS). This is especially important when you are petitioning for a beneficiary and are awaiting documentation or a response from USCIS. Additionally, USCIS may need to contact you for more information or to return your original documents.
Cifuentes-Marrero, P.A. is here to help guide you through the process of filing a change of address in Miami. Our immigration lawyers have years of experience completing and reviewing Form AR-11. We also assist clients in applying for U.S. citizenship so that they never have to worry about updating their address with USCIS ever again.
Call (305) 676-7520 now to schedule an appointment with our change of address attorneys in Miami.
Filing a Change of Address: When & Why?
As a legal permanent resident of the U.S., you are required to notify the USCIS every time you move to a new address unless you are exempt. This must be done within 10 days of moving.
Failure to report a change of address could result in several consequences, including:
In addition to the above penalties, failing to notify the USCIS could affect your ability to obtain a future visa or other immigration benefits.
What to Do If You Missed the Deadline
With the current political situation, U.S. immigration authorities are strictly enforcing a number of seemingly minor offenses. If you failed to file a change of address on time, your future could be at risk.
However, penalties can be avoided if you can prove that the failure to report a change of address was not willful or was reasonably excusable. It is important to consult with a team of immigration attorneys if you have missed the deadline for filing your change of address with USCIS.
Contact Us Today
If you have questions about filing a change of address, contact Cifuentes-Marrero, P.A. We have over 20 years of combined experience helping immigrants ensure that they complete all the necessary processes to maintain their residency status and avoid fines, deportation, and imprisonment.
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