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Old Sep 9th 2009, 2:18 am
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Hi,

I currently live in CA and and moving address within CA.

When I applied for my driving license I did not register to vote since I am not a citizen.

Now that I am moving address I need to fill out a DMV form. One of the sections is about voter change of address. It states: 'Mark this box if you do not want to change your voting address'.

Should I mark the box or not since I am not registered to vote (I have a GC)?

Thanks in advance

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Old Sep 9th 2009, 1:39 pm
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Should I mark the box or not since I am not registered to vote (I have a GC)?
Draw a line through the entire question, since it clearly doesn't apply to you.

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Originally Posted by rk164 View Post
Hi,

I currently live in CA and and moving address within CA.

When I applied for my driving license I did not register to vote since I am not a citizen.

Now that I am moving address I need to fill out a DMV form. One of the sections is about voter change of address. It states: 'Mark this box if you do not want to change your voting address'.

Should I mark the box or not since I am not registered to vote (I have a GC)?

Thanks in advance

rk164

Yep I have moved in CA just do as Ian said or do as I did and put N/A next to it.
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Don't forget to report your change of address to USCIS.
Change of Address
This is required not for mail, but registering your whereabouts.
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Old Sep 9th 2009, 5:32 pm
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You can directly change your address online here: CA DMV Change of Address
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Default Re: DMV change of address in CA

Originally Posted by Poppy girl View Post
Yep I have moved in CA just do as Ian said or do as I did and put N/A next to it.
Hi:

Good move. There is a tension between the 1993 "Motor Voter" legislation and the 1996 amendments which added unlawful voting the mix of grounds of deportation. In fact, the only published case on this involved this volatile mix.
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Default Re: DMV change of address in CA

I did mine online and did not check the box. So no worries there.
I still have my original license with my old address so they don't reissue the license. I know the new address is on the database as I had a confirmation letter or similar.
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