Changing address with the US Postal Service is very easy and simple. USPS gives you various options to inform the Postal Service about the move. You can change address online, at the post office, or request the mail carrier to bring the form to you. You just need to pick any of these methods, and the Postal Service will process your order and start forwarding all your mail to your new address. For more information on Changing address with USPS, read the article “USPS Change of Address.”
Now, how would you know that your order has been accepted or processed by USPS? Or What will the Postal Service do for letting you know about the change of address confirmation?
Well, the Postal Service will send you some detail or things to inform about the confirmation of your order. Some of those are as follows:
- If the Change of Address order was submitted online, then you will receive a confirmation code via email.
- USPS will send you a permanent Change of address confirmation letter to the new address.
- The Postal Service will send you a welcome kit on your new address. Offers and coupons will be there in that welcome kit.
- You will receive a Move Validation Letter (MVL) at your old address. USPS will send you this letter to validate your move. If you didn’t submit this order, then contact USPS.
Note: USPS doesn’t provide any duplicate Change of address confirmation letter unless it is an unusual and special case.
Thus you will get to know about the confirmation of your COA order. For more details or any query, you can call 1-800-ASK-USPS.
Don’t use any third party website to submit this order because, in most of the cases, these third party websites charge double amount and yet don’t inform the Postal Service about the move. So, do it yourself through any of the suitable method given above.