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Can my fiance' use his work address for the xpresspost envelope? Or does he have to use his home address? He wouldn't be home to "sign" for it and it seems going to find the location that the xpresspost envelope was left at to retrieve can cause no end of headache.

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Can my fiance' use his work address for the xpresspost envelope? Or does he have to use his home address? He wouldn't be home to "sign" for it and it seems going to find the location that the xpresspost envelope was left at to retrieve can cause no end of headache.

I wuold say a deliverable address.... my wife had hers addressed to and delivered to a third party for essentially the same reason


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Mine went to my moms business, just because I knew someone would be there to sign for it. So it is A-OK!! :star:

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My husband had his interview this past Tuesday and specifically asked the lady if he could write his work address on the Expresspost envelope. She said that was no problem. He wanted to have it delivered there because he spends more time there than at home and wanted to make sure he got it! So you should have no problems.

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My husband had his interview this past Tuesday and specifically asked the lady if he could write his work address on the Expresspost envelope. She said that was no problem. He wanted to have it delivered there because he spends more time there than at home and wanted to make sure he got it! So you should have no problems.

Excellent. I really don't want the package getting lost in any way. Going to where my fiance' works seems like the best idea! Thanks.

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Excellent. I really don't want the package getting lost in any way. Going to where my fiance' works seems like the best idea! Thanks.

Your very welcome! That is one question I "do" know the answer to. LOL See your from Battle Creek...Im not too far from you...we live about 20 min West of Jackson. We can be VJ neighbors! Good luck with everything!!!! :thumbs:


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Your very welcome! That is one question I "do" know the answer to. LOL See your from Battle Creek...Im not too far from you...we live about 20 min West of Jackson. We can be VJ neighbors! Good luck with everything!!!! :thumbs:

Awesome, maybe we can meet up sometime. I am thankful that the business address works because I don't want these important documents to be lost in the Canada Post network of delivery stations.

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Awesome, maybe we can meet up sometime. I am thankful that the business address works because I don't want these important documents to be lost in the Canada Post network of delivery stations.

Oh I know! You should be fine with that. My husbands interview was on a Tuesday and got his Visa that Friday. Pretty quick. Yes, we would love to meet up sometime...always nice to meet people that are going through the same thing. Keep in touch.


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Received IV Bill: 10/22/2009

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Just make sure if the envelope is being delivered to a business that the individual accepting the mail knows to expect it. A friend of ours arranged to have something with his wife's name on it delivered to his work address as she was out of the country at the time and he thought he might have to sign for it. The person in the mailroom didn't recognize the name so handed it back to the Postal Carrier. It was returned to the sender as an incorrect address and it took him quite some time to get it all sorted out.


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