I recently moved (Sept 23) and have had a major issue with my mail forwarding to my new address. (Yes, I realize that the timing was not ideal, but this was not entirely in my control.) As a result, I have not received any mail in the past 2 weeks that was addressed to my previous address, which is what I used for AMCAS as well as my non-AMCAS apps. All of my apps were complete as of August 20 and I have already received 4 interviews and 2 rejections, however there are 7 schools I have yet to hear from either way. All of my interview notifications came via email and the 2 rejections came via regular mail, but I'm not sure if that is the trend for every school. I updated my AMCAS with my new address this past week, but I am worried that some med school correspondence may have been already sent out and is lost somewhere in limbo. I am asking your advice if you think I should contact (call) the schools I haven't heard from and let them know my mail situation in case there has been any outstanding correspondence. I don't want to be a nuisance and I realize that it is quite possible that some of these schools haven't even evaluated my app, but I am nervous that I may have been sent interview notification(s) and a school is wondering why I havent called to confirm, etc. Based on checking SDN, almost all of the remaining schools I haven't heard from have begun offering interviews, so it is quite possible that I have been notified one way or the other and it is currently lost in the mail. Your advice would be much appreciated. Thanks!