Change Your Address with Other Government Agencies
Other federal and state agencies to contact when changing your address include:
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) – Contact the IRS to change your address if you are expecting a tax refund or other mail. You can also change your address with the IRS by writing your new address in the appropriate boxes on your tax return when you file.
Social Security Administration (SSA) – Change your address online using your my Social Security account if you receive Social Security retirement, survivors, or disability benefits or are enrolled in Medicare. If you don't receive Social Security benefits or Medicare, contact the SSA.
If you will be away for three to 30 days, the USPS can hold your mail at your local post office until you return. You can request this service up to 30 days in advance or as early as the next scheduled delivery day.
Mail theft - use the email form to explain the issue. Under Inquiry Type, select Problem. Under Customer Service, select Support, and Mail Theft. Under Additional Information, explain why your complaint is mail theft-related.
The USPS, its inspector general, and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service handle complaints about service-related issues. If you have a comment or complaint about a major policy change, such as postage rates, contact the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) using their online contact form.