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United States (US) Postal Service Change of Address

USPS Change of Address service helps to make you change in your postal address change for temporarily or permanent. You can fill Change of Address form to submit United States post office change of address form online. This is one of the fastest way to change your postal address. Your mails will be started diverting to your new address within a week of time. This really helps when you really don’t have time to walk down to your post office physically just to make this change in your current address to your new address.

You must change your postal address to your new address if for any reason you have decided to move to a new location. This will ultimately help you to receive all your post on new address within shortest time possible. No matter how busy you are during your move, nobody wants to loose their mail just because they have a new address specially when you can do that without much hassle and spending too much time on it. Many people do not realize the importance of those five minutes spent on changing the address until they realize that they have missed many of their important mails specially those who move around festival time.

 

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Change of Address Online form (Here is a good step by step process to fill free USPS Change of address form online at official USPS site) will help you in receiving your Credit card statement, your eBay shipments, your new year greeting, invitations and anything that you can’t afford to miss just because you moved to new location. Your new postal address is changed temporarily if you request (for example if you are moving for a short time and plan to move back to your present address within a year) and if you want to change it permanently (If you think you will never return to this address again). So Get in it fast and change your United States Postal Service Address.


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25 Responses to “United States (US) Postal Service Change of Address”

  1. Jenifer says:

    How long does it takes to get this post office change of address thing activate. It says within a week, but can i get change of address after 30 days of filling this form. I want to fill in advance.

  2. Mark William says:

    Thanks! this was really helpful, I filled USPS Change of address form you have provided and my address has already been changed. Great job. I have previously tried to to fill change of address form provided somewhere else but that was an unsuccessful attempt, this time it worked perfectly.

  3. Tom Kane says:

    Thanks for this information on post office change of address, you have done much of research to put up all these helping articles. I saw many people are benefiting from this website. I would love to see more change of address like DMV, passport change of address as well then it would be a good resource for all the visitors.

    Thanks,
    Tom Kane

  4. James Frank says:

    Thanks for great info on post office change of address, really worth my time. It saved me lot of time and I waited to see if it works before i post my review, my post is alreadt coming to my new address. Nice and fast service, recommended

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  6. Patricia Thornton says:

    I will be moving from California to Washington, DC.

    The close of escrow should happen this week or next.

    After close of escrow, I will have (3) days before I move; however, I do not have a permanent address in Washington, DC.

    I will be staying in a hotel for about (2) weeks until I find an apartment & my furniture arrives.

    Can you HOLD my mail until I get a permanent address?

    Once I get my apartment in DC, I should submit a Change of Address to US Postal?

    Thank You.

  7. Johnson K says:

    Hi, thanks for all this wonderful information. It worked very quick for me. I had submitted my USPS change of address request through your online form on 12 July and today itself I received my first mail at my new address. I was really worried when I thought of change of address but this site was really helpful. Please keep the good work. I would suggest adding Google+ button so that I can suggest this site to my friends also. That’s all I can do for you. This was first time I moved and had to change my address, all went so smooth. I will definitely suggest it to my friends for any of their change of address needs.
    My all good wishes to you.
    -Johnson.

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  9. Wendy says:

    How much does it cost though? Use to be free to fill it out! now its $17.95? Plus $1 Processing fee…. Ridiculous!! I’ll take my chances!!

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  13. Cici says:

    Hi,

    How long does the change of address work? We moved in August and are wondering if mail will still be forwarded through Christmas.

    Thanks.

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  16. kimberly c says:

    I am shocked regarding the expense of this simple and convienent service. $20 to change an addres is rediculess! I moved 3 times last year and it didn’t cost me $20 per move or in total to change my addresses. How did I arrive @ moving help assistance.com when I entered USPS.com? Furthermore, the service name is redundent. Help/assistance means the samething! The service name alone leaves me suspicious. Cost of $19.95 leaves me feeling scammed.

  17. Shauna says:

    How do I complete an online change the address of someone who is deceased? My uncle passed away in June 2014. I became Administrator of his Estate in February 2014. We have not sold his house yet and I must continue to receive his mail to settle the Estate, but I do not live anywhere near his house. In March I went to my local branch and filled out a change of address form to have his mail forwarded to a P.O. Box. It is nearly impossible for me to get to the P.O. Box during business hours or on Saturdays (and there is not a lot of mail), so I decided to forward to my home address before the P.O. Box expires on 8/31/15. I filled out a Change of Address form, but for identity the only billing address I could add was my own – and I don’t know how to skip the change in voter registration. Obviously my uncle cannot change his voter registration because he has been dead for over a year! Why are there no instructions on how to forward mail from someone who is deceased? I am slowly contacting the different agencies who send mail to him but it is a slow process, and I only discover who to contact by receiving the mail. Also – should I fill out 2 forms? One for his old home address, and one to forward mail from the P.O. Box that is about to expire? I cannot go to the Post Office during business hours because I cannot leave work to do this in person. (And the last time I went in person, I got 2 different people telling me 2 different things about forwarding his address. One insisted my uncle had to be there to give consent even though he is dead. Yet I was able to have his mail forwarded.) I would like to do this online. PLEASE HELP!

    • Shauna says:

      I was reading further on the site and saw the section that stated: “It is a punishable offense to fill out a fake change of address form for some one else.”. I am now very nervous because I filled out the form for my deceased uncle. I am legally the Administrator for his Estate and have rights to his mail, but I am nervous that by filling out the form online with his name, then using my name for the credit card verification, this will be seen as “fake” and punishable. I have tried calling the Post Office, but there is no answer, I have emailed, but have not received a response yet. Please assist and let me know if it is okay that I filled out a change of address for my deceased uncle and if it will go through.

      • Shauna says:

        Update – the address change went through. So I’m also going to forward the P.O. Box before it expires. I have all my Letters of Administration with raised seal and official Death Certificate for my uncle, so I’m assuming all will be okay. Thanks.

  18. Joyce S Hammack says:

    I am just trying to correct a previous request for change of address, but am having trouble doing that. I made a mistake on the name of the retirement complex I moved to, and in fact, would like to completely remove it and just use the address and unit number, city, state, and zip code.

  19. deborah corliss rodriguez says:

    407 parkview bl
    to whom it may concern;
    i have tried several times to change my address online but it will not accept my credit/debit card info…why is that?
    Deborah

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