Below are some answers to some common USPS questions:
If you are relocation, you can file a change of address with the Post Office so you can keep getting your government-based mail and other mail items.
Many state and national agencies can be notified when you change your address:
When you wish to file a complaint with the US Postal Service, if you require more questions to be answered, or if you have a request or even wish to give a nice review, it's possible to inform them using many methods:
You can register a complaint with the US Postal Service OIG (Office of Inspector General) here:
The US Postal Service, the USPS inspector general, and also the USPIS can all register many types of objections regarding issues involving service. Also, whenever you would want to make a remark or objection about any change on USPS policy, for example postage stamp prices or the change of delivery times, you can reach the PRC (Postal Regulatory Commission) by going here: online contact form for PRC.
It's possible to located a post office location or a zip code using many online methods from the USPS (US Postal Service).
You can utilize the Postal Office Locator in order to find any post office, official postal provider or agency, any self-service based kiosk, any collection box or collection location, and many other services belonging to the Post Office.
You can use a Zip code lookup feature in order to find any Zip codes sorted by one's address, one's city, one's company name, or any other full or partial address. It's also possible to find any city names or town names using the Zip code tool.
If you have recently applied for a new or replacement passport, you will need to update your address or your passport may not be sent to your mailing address.
Each state has a specific form for changing a mailing address. Fill it out and either mail or submit in person to the DMV or State's Supervisor of Elections.
There are 3 ways to update your address with the IRS. Fill out and mail the Change of Address 8822 form. Call the IRS office and change your address via phone. Or draft a written statement and mail it to the office where you filed your taxes the previous year.
For those receiving SS benefits and Medicare, you are required to update your address. This can be done in person at a SSA office, online, or by calling 1-800-772-1213.
This varies by state. But typically, the state requires the following: proof of residence in the state, proof of ID, a small fee, and a form filled out with your old and new addresses.