Change of Address – Online Forms
Are you moving? Report your change of address to continue receiving mail and government benefits. We list the change of address forms online, so you can find everything you need in one place, including the USPS (U.S. Postal Service) form.
Protect Your Move
– Find local moving resources and advice on how to protect your household goods.
U.S. Postal Service: Forward Your Mail
Change Your Address Online
– Change your address online for a $1 fee if you have a credit card and valid e-mail address. You can also print the form and then mail or deliver it to your local post office to change your address for free. After changing your address, the U.S. Postal Service will forward your mail to your new address for up to one year.
Locate a Post Office
– Find your local post office to pick up or drop off a change of address form.
Other Federal Agencies
Internal Revenue Service
– Change your address with the IRS if you are expecting a tax refund or other mail. You can also change your address with the IRS by writing your new address in the appropriate boxes on your tax return when you file.
Social Security Administration
– If you receive benefits or have Medicare, you can use your mySocialSecurity account to report a change of address. If you don't receive benefits, contact Social Security at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778).
Department of Veterans Affairs
– Change your address if you are a veteran who receives benefit payments or you wish to update your records.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
– If you are a non-U.S. citizen who is required to register with USCIS, then you need to let them know if you move.
– Contact your state if you need to change your address on your driver's license or motor vehicle registration.
– Contact your state's election office if you want to change your address on your voter registration record.