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Can I use P.O. Box as mailing address

Discussion in 'US Citizenship' started by Evergreen, Jan 4, 2003.

  1. Evergreen

    Evergreen Registered Users (C)


    I use my apartment as my home address. I would like to use a P.O. box to receive mail from INS. Can I do it?

    I would like to use P.O. box because I am worry about INS will still send to my old address even if I have filed AR-11 to change an address. You know it happens so often in INS.....

    Thanks for your help.

  2. jennie_dg

    jennie_dg Registered Users (C)

    N-400 part 4


    I don't know any other forms or rules but on N-400 part 4 (address and telephone numbers), you are not allowed to use a PO box.

    Just a little detail!:)
  3. emc1234

    emc1234 Registered Users (C)

    Actually, on N400, it asks for two addresses, one is your home and other is your mailing. you could not use POBOX on home, but could on mailing. If you move the home, I think you actually do not need to correct it at INS (to create confusion) since all your mail is going to your POBOX.
  4. mariahoneyy

    mariahoneyy Registered Users (C)

    You CAN use P.O. Box as a Mailing address for INS, I use

    You CAN use P.O. Box as a Mailing address for INS, I use
  5. Evergreen

    Evergreen Registered Users (C)

    I won't take that risk not to change the address. We should call to National service hotline or send in AR-11 for change of address to avoid any fault for our application.

  6. Evergreen

    Evergreen Registered Users (C)

    Hi, guys,

    FYI. I put P.O. box as my mailing address. I got my receipt last week. So, we shouldn't have any problem using P.O. box as mailing address.


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