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Present perfect with since

In ( Cambridge Grammar today)

The writer used the present perfect after since with the verb (moved ) though it was not repeated,it happened once.

1- They haven't received any junk mail since they moved house.

2- They haven't received any junk mail since they have moved house.

Is it ok to use a non repeated verb in the present perfect after since?

Thanks in advance

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