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a few questions about passport/I-129F, P.O. Box, and beneficiary receiving mail

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Hello everyone! I have a few questions and I hope I explained it as easily as possible.

1) Is it okay if the passport address is different from the address on the I-129f as well as other forms? Or does the passport address have to match all the forms?

He was living with his mom when he got the passport, but he's not going to be living there very long. Once work picks up after the holidays for him and he finds a new place to live, I plan on filing the I-129F.

I don't want to file the petition while he is only going to be living with his mom for 2 weeks, and then as soon as he gets some income rolling in, moving out and having to go about changing the address and everything. I'm concerned if we do file it while he is living with his mom (passport address reflects his moms address), then when he does move and I have to change his address through the NVC or the consulate, his paperwork would be sent to his moms house instead of the new address and he might be at work and not able to retrieve the paperwork fast enough. I'm concerned that she may try to sabotage our efforts for many reasons. But, let's say I want to file it while he is living with his mom. His mom isn't exactly kosher about our relationship, and doesn't want him coming to the states, at all. When he came the first time, she knew he was coming to America but placed a Missing Person's Report on him in Australia. She has done this even when he moved out. I'm not sure how, but she continuously does it. So, I'm nervous she might try and throw away any paperwork that gets sent to his mailbox, if he does decide to live there.

2) Would this be okay for something like a P.O. Box with a situation like that?

3) So another question is, will my foreign fiancee receive any mail at that location at all, and if so, during which process would he receive mail if he put his moms address down as a living address and mailing address? He wouldn't have anyone else to put down as a mailing address unfortunately. Just his mom's if he decides to live with her during this process. The closest thing would be the guy he is planning on staying with, but we don't know for sure if he will be staying there at this moment. Would he still be allowed to use his friend's mailing address if he does live with his mom? We just want to make sure that if it does come down to saying with his mom, that he won't have any issues with any documents being sent to him for when the time does come.

Can anyone shed some light for a newbie? Please explain as simply as possible. This is all very confusing to me. Thank you so very much!

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I have never seen a passport with a physical address. What country is the passport from?

You're correct. I must have confused myself with something I was reading on the forum. My mistake. Disregard the passport question, and thank you very much for pointing this out.

Also, he is from Australia.

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