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Address change to a PO BOX: acceptable by USCIS (for GC delivery)?

Discussion in 'Life After The Green Card' started by abumiqdad, Apr 21, 2017.

  1. abumiqdad

    abumiqdad Member

    Hi all.

    I have a question here. I will be staying at a place that is a bit remote, the place has its own address however, for posts, letters and i believe parcels too, the physical address is not being used and residents there use PO BOX (since delivery is done to a mailing center and residents will have to pick up the letters there).

    So what am i suppose to do here? For USCIS AR11, If i use the physical address, there is a chance that the letters from USCIS might not reach me (and i need to replace my already missing GC [MIA before i even received it] which is costing me a sum of money per GC), but if i use PO BOX, i am a bit concerned that USCIS might not accept that as a location where one can reside.

    Any thoughts?

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