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USPS Change Address




USPS Change Address

In the case you are moving, and the mail address is changed, you can notify the USPS using two different ways:

  • Online: Sign up at the USPS website and change your home address to the new one. Please always keep in mind that this will have a cost of $1.05 to prevent any identification fraud; this also can help to confirm your identity by your debit/credit card and your email address. After completing this process, you will see your home address changed in the time period of 4 to 5 days. To avoid scammers, always use the official website as there are people trying to falsify the information and charging up to $40.

  • In person: If you prefer a more conventional way to proceed, you can visit one of the Post Offices and fill up the PS Form 3575, once you complete it, you can leave it to the postal officer or just drop it at the mailbox allocated inside the office. This process will also take about 4 to 5 days and after it is successfully completed, a confirmation letter will arrive at your home.

If you need to change again, erase or stop your petition for a certain time, you can do it as many times you need, all you need to do is to repeat the steps mentioned before and keep your confirmation number which will be requested to speed up the process.

There are also other entities that should be notified of any home address changing, like for example: The Social Security Administration (SSA), the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and the State Election Offices, among others.

For more information, please visit the USPS official website.



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