Absolutely! When you file a change of address order with a hyphenated last name, the USPS will send you two different confirmation letters, one for each last name. Don’t worry though, all mail addressed to the hyphenated last name will still arrive to your new address as usual.
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- How will I know that Updater received my mail forwarding request?
- Where can I find my USPS confirmation number?
- What happens if I’m not getting my mail?
- What date should I select as my start date?
- How far in advance can I submit a mail forwarding request through Updater?
- How do I know which type of form to fill out?
- Can I submit a change of address form for a temporary location?
- Am I able to file a change of address form with a hyphenated last name?
- Can I submit a change of an address form for a deceased person?
- I am moving to/from an international address. Can I still file a change of address form through Updater?