Yes. You should contact the Board of Fingerprinting by mail, fax, or e-mail ([email protected], if you've filed an email authorization form) as soon as possible when you have a change in contact information, particularly your mailing address. The Board will send information to the last known address. Some of this information may be time sensitive, such as a notice of hearing.
If you do not notify the Board of an address change, you may not get time-sensitive information. In turn, your application for a good cause exception may denied. For example, if you do not notify the Board of an address change, you may not get your notice of hearing. If you then fail to appear at your hearing, your good cause exception application may be denied.