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Who to Notify of Your Move to Tucson

With an upcoming move to Tucson, there’s a lot you must get in order for the move to go smoothly. For example, you may contact our Arizona movers to help you relocate effortlessly into your new home, shopping for new décor and furniture, scheduling an installation with your Internet provider, and so on. Yet, what should be at the top of your moving list is changing your address with important places and people. Our Tucson movers of All My Sons Moving & Storage have your back as we list who to notify of your move to Tucson.

Local Post Office

Start with your local post office when figuring out who to notify of your move to Tucson. A couple of weeks before moving day, visit the post office to fill out a change of address form in-person or go online to the United States Postal Service’s official site [1] to do so on-the-go. Once submitted, the system will have mail forwarded to the new address for up to a year, giving you more time to update your address with other places of importance.

Your Boss

After the post office, your employer should be next on your moving change of address checklist. Sure, you might receive paychecks through direct deposit, but your boss will still need an updated address for your file to send you pay stubs and tax forms if needed.

Social Security Administration

Next on your list on who to notify of your move to Tucson should be the social security administration if you receive benefits or letters. Update your address with the SSA by either logging onto your “my Social Security” account or calling them at  (800) 772-1213.

Utility Companies

No one wants to move into their new home with no water, electricity, nor gas active, therefore, contact the appropriate utility companies ahead of time. A few weeks before our Tucson residential movers arrive to help you move out, schedule a service cancellation for the old address to keep from incurring surcharges once you’ve moved out. Afterward, schedule a service activation for the new address to guarantee you’ll be moving into a home with utilities active.

Friends and Family

Those who you hold near and dear to your heart should be next on who to notify of your move to Tucson. Let them know your address so they know what to plug into Google Maps or Waze and to also have an address on hand to send you gifts!

Moving with the Professionals

When planning your move to Tucson, include our movers in our relocation plans. We offer an array of quality relocation services to ensure your move goes smoothly. Our Tucson movers have helped families and businesses relocate across the nation, so you’ll rest assured you’ve hired the experts. Call 520-934-6437 today for your complimentary quote today!

 

Sources:

[1] United States Postal Service – Official USPS Change of Address