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Change Residential address, but keep same Postal address

I have a question for the group, please help me if you have been on a similar situation or know some related cases.

When I filed I-485, I gave a different postal address (my work office's address) and residential address (where I actually live).
I expect all correspondence to arrive to my postal address, as it has been till now (I got a terrible issue with my residential address in the past that costed me 4 months of wait to recover my EAD card, so now I prefer to give an address where there is always someone to receive the correspondence).

Now, I am thinking about moving (I have been holding this for so many months because of the cancellation of my I-485 interview), however, I do not want to change absolutely anything in my I-485 case or USCIS registered information (do not want to give them a reason to delay my case another 4 months).

Can I move (change residential address), and do not report anything to USCIS? My postal address remains the same.

Do you think it is going to be a problem, maybe in the interview a question about where I live; I will have to lie (tell them I still live in my old residential address) in order not to give them a reason to delay my case unnecessarily.

I appreciate your help in this matter.

Thanks and regards
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