I'm a Legal Permanent Resident, and I'm applying for a Reentry Permit because I need to finish my education abroad, so I will temporarily live there.I'm staying in a rented room, so I'm wondering what to do about the mandatory report of every change of address to USCIS.Either leaving the US address of this apartment in which I'll not stay anymore, or putting the address of a friend seems wrong to me.I don't have any relatives here in US.What shall I do?Thank you.
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You do not have to report a change of address if you leave the US.
You only need to make USCIS aware of your address when you are in the US.
Since you will not have a US residence you do not need to file an AR-11.
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