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Dear Editor:
As a follow up to my article in the daily on July 16 ("Immigration Alert! Failure to Inform INS Promptly of Change of Address May Land You in Removal Proceedings"), readers should know about the 3/14/02 report on teleconference, posted on AILA InfoNet, Doc. No. 02032034. It makes it clear that nonimmigrants have the same obligation to inform the INS of a change of address that LPRs have.

"INS has confirmed that the requirement [of INA Section 265] applies to all nonimmigrants in the U.S. If a nonimmigrant has an application pending with the Service, he or she should advise the office where it is pending of the address change using the preferred method of that office. If no case is pending, the nonimmigrant should use Form AR-11... All permanent residents must notify INS of changes of address using Form AR-11. This obligation continues until the person becomes a U.S. citizen..."

In other words, the Immigration Alert is universal.

Carl R. Baldwin


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