U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced a new online change-of-address form for noncitizens. The new form gives noncitizens the option to update their address online in addition to the existing options of doing so by phone or in person at a field office. It will be deployed “in a rolling release with full availability anticipated in the coming weeks,” ICE said.

After successfully entering a valid mailing address, if the noncitizen is currently in removal proceedings, the interactive online form will show the noncitizen information on how to also change their address with the immigration court as required. Noncitizens who are eligible for but have not yet received a Notice to Appear, meaning those who were released on conditional parole with an alternative to detention, may be prompted to state whether they want to receive their Notice to Appear by mail or in person by scheduling an appointment at an Enforcement and Removal field office.

The new online form “will enable noncitizens to comply with their immigration obligations more easily and improve the accuracy of address information reported to ICE by utilizing address autofill to ensure U.S. Postal Service standardization,” ICE said.

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